Martin Bashir | June 15, 2012
>> for more on the heckler in the rose garden . mike, you i understand was standing next to this -- i don't know that i can call him gentleman, but what happened?
>> reporter: martin, let's stipulate it's in everybody's interests to have an unrulie press corps and officials even up to the president trap on the trappings, and the very buildings they're standing in front of to give them some respect, to give them a bit of leeway. most people will draw the line at interrupting a president of the united states , whether republican or democrat, but mike -- but mike.
>> reporter: yes, martin.
>> can you remember a president being accused of lying during the state of the union address ?
>> can you remember a president have been a finger pointed in his face by a governor.
>> reporter: yes.
>> do you remember a. at a press conference where an individual has shouted? it's not open to question. the president is delivering a speech in effect to the media. do you remember that ever happening to anybody es?
>> reporter: i'm scanning my mind very quickly. i don't. perhaps it did, martin. i would agree with you, there's a certain amount of decorum, even if you have an aggressive question, you wait for the president to finish. this jae identified from kneale monroe, from "the daily caller." i'm not up on my media personalities . he started screaming at the president in the middle of his statement, words to the effect of, why are you sending jobs to foreigners and not to americans? according to mr. monroe's twitter profile, he says he was born irish, a cold war bridegroom. i'm not sure what that means. he's worked for reputable places around town. afterwards he told reporters he was simply asking questions that we, the white house press corps woochbt. that's a comment we've heard, however most of is wait until the president was finished.
>> mike viqueira, thanks very much.