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    People On Twitter Are Upset That The President's Speech Interrupted The Price Is Right

    The people have spoken, and they choose the Showcase Showdown.

    Several television networks interrupted their regularly scheduled shows to broadcast President Obama speaking about problems with the Veterans Affairs hospital.

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    People on Twitter were not too happy about this as they had other priorities.

    How dare you Obama cut into my Price Is Right time!! You #A$$

    Nick Green@the_real_Nick87

    How dare you Obama cut into my Price Is Right time!! You #A$$

    11:23 AM - 21 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    I hate Obama for so many reasons but interrupting the Price is Right has to take the cake.

    Liv Walsh ∞@liv_ann_clare

    I hate Obama for so many reasons but interrupting the Price is Right has to take the cake.

    11:09 AM - 20 Mar 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    Obama decided to do a special report at exactly 10 on channel 4 He took my Price Is Right Unacceptable

    Katherine Dolan@katherinehdolan

    Obama decided to do a special report at exactly 10 on channel 4

    He took my Price Is Right

    Unacceptable

    11:03 AM - 21 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    Thanks Obama, I missed the whole first half of The Price is Right

    Leanne Rund@leannerund

    Thanks Obama, I missed the whole first half of The Price is Right

    11:20 AM - 21 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    @PriceIsRight I support Obama, but did he really have to cut into my price is right? Awe hell.

    Jessica Craik@jessica_craik

    @PriceIsRight I support Obama, but did he really have to cut into my price is right? Awe hell.

    11:01 AM - 21 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    The complaints are endless.

    This outrage happens regularly when the President speaks. Perhaps he could time his news conferences to happen during the commercials? Think about the kids!

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