President Obama should be used to a slew of cameras snapping away at him by now, but this proved not to be the case on Tuesday.
Obama was in the White House press briefing room, reading a statement about his economic plans, when the cameras suddenly started clicking. He faltered, then looked up at the photographers, laughing.
"What's up cameramen?" he said. "Come on guys." He added, "they're breaking my flow all the time."
A pool report described the intervention as a "loud static-y noise," which seems accurate enough.
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