From President Obama to former French President Nicholas Sarkozy, elected officials are no strangers to a disapproving public. Whether they are grilled on immigration reform, accused of racism or taunted on the campaign trail, these public figures mostly manage to grin and bear it.
Man argues with the president over forced deportations during immigration reform speech.
The president jokes about being interrupted during speech to students in Jerusalem.
Female protester screams at the GOP candidate during event with Rudy Giuliani.
Hecklers to Ryan: "Stop the war on the poor," and "Hands off Social Security!"
Memorial Day tribute in San Diego is interrupted by a protestor in the crowd.
Assemblyman Tom Ammiano boos Calif. governor at Democratic fundraiser.
President Nicholas Sarkozy refers to a heckler as a "total jerk."