US President Barack Obama heckled during speech to Congress
epa01854590 White House Chief of Staff of Staff Rahm Emanuel (L) shouts at a group of Republican lawmakers including Republican Representative Roy Blunt of Missouri (R) after US President Barack Obama (unseen) was heckled as he delivered remarks on health-care to a joint session of Congress, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, USA, 09 September 2009. Obama is seeking to regain control of the health-care debate with a major speech to Congress after his plans to overhaul the nation's health insurance system stalled in recent weeks. EPA/MATTHEW CAVANAUGH
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