President Barack Obama was hosting a reception at the White House for LGBT month when a heckler decided to interrupt him, and the President but that person in his place. 

President Obama recognized the heckler, but in a way that no one saw coming. He reminded the guy that he was invited to "his house" and that it was rude to heckle him in "his house."

The man was ultimately removed and the reception went on. Yes, it may have been a bit very Presidential to address this heckler, but I think President Obama handled it well.

The man heckling the President is Jennicet Gutiérrez, and he's an undocumented transgender activist who wants the release of transgender immigration detainees.

I think the President "protected the house" quiet well on this one. President Obama 1 and Heckler 0.