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Obama Jokingly Scolds Press After Camera SNAFU: 'Come on Guys. They're Breaking My Flow

WASHINGTON - JANUARY 1: U.S. President Barack Obama arrives to deliver a statement in the White House Briefing Room following passage by the House of tax legislation on January 1, 2013 in Washington, DC. The House and Senate have now both passed the legislation, averting the so-called fiscal cliff. Credit: Getty Images

Even prepared remarks couldn't keep President Obama from going off script during a statement to the press on the state of yet another lingering budget battle. And this time, it was the press corp's fault.

While talking about what he hopes Congress will do in light of sequestration cuts that have been staved off for the next couple months, a loud noise interrupted Obama's remarks. The president initially tried to ignore the noise, but then decided to comment.

"What's up, cameramen?" he said smiling.  He then chuckled and said "Come on, guys. They're breaking my flow all the time." The press corps responded with uproarious laughter.

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