Barack Obama gave a speech in San Jose on Thursday and was interrupted by a heckler trying to get support from the President for the "oppressed people of Ethiopia".
Although President Obama did display very brief moments of anger after the interruption, he did a very good job at recovering - and in fact for most of the remainder of the speech displayed a nearly continuous display of suppressed joy-happiness.
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0:22 - This near chin touching is consistent with a moment of decision making. At first hearing the heckler - the President is deciding how to handle the situation.
0:24 - Depressed and drawn together eyebrows - a body language of anger
Index finger pointing - rare with the President is seen with the persistent facial anger configuration.
Hints of a suppressed smile can be seen here.
0:30 Suppressed Smile