US President Barack Obama loses his cool at an election rally in Connecticut, amid reports suggesting his party is mulling whether he should serve a second term.
"Excuse me ... excuse me. You've been appearing at every rally we've been doing. And we're funding global AIDS (prevention). And the other side is not. So I don't know why you think this is a useful strategy to take," USA Today quoted Obama as saying to AIDS activists who interrupted his speech on Saturday, UPI reported.
A group of activists heckled the US president over funding for the global fight against AIDS, as he began his speech for the "Moving America Forward" rally in Bridgeport in the South Side Hyde Park neighborhood.