Obama's house, Obama's rules... how to deal with a heckler

'You're in my house', Obama told a heckler.

US President Barack Obama playing a game of pool at a pub in Denver, Colorado, on 8 July. Picture: AFP.

JOHANNESBURG - US President Barack Obama is popularly known for being as cool under pressure as he is as person.

When a heckler at the White House tried to disrupt his speech on LGBT Pride Month, Obama aka Barry Obeezy simply told them, "You're in my house."

The US president then continued to calmly try and reason the heckler into silence.

According to CNN, the heckler was protesting deportations under the Obama administration.

Because they refused to keep quiet, Obama had the person removed, which was met with cheers and applause from the rest of the crowd.

"As a general rule I am just fine with a few hecklers. But not when I'm up here in the house," he told his audience, while receiving a slap on the back by his vice president, Joe Biden.

He continued to explain that if guests were, "eating the hors d'oeuvres and drinking the booze," they were generally expected to be respectful.

Obama is literally dripping in cool and has given us a vital lesson on how to handle hecklers: Deport them.