'Now where was I?' Protesters shouting 'Bill Clinton is a rapist' disrupt Obama rally
On his latest campaign outing in support of Mrs Clinton, President Obama was in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Addressing the crowd, Mr Obama said: "I think I gotta take off my jacket, because we have some work to do," as the audience cheered.
But the event quickly took a sharp turn when two protesters ran in front of the audience, screaming "Bill Clinton is a rapist" while wearing shirts stamped with the same phrase.
The president appeared to find the incident humorous, pausing while Secret Service dragged them out.
He laughed: “You know, this is the great thing about... read more
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