SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — It was a whirlwind day for President Barack Obama as he made three stops in San Francisco on Monday. Things always seem to be lively when he comes here, as this trip marked the ninth time the president visited the Bay Area in the past two and a half years.
Mr. Obama was heckled when he spoke about immigration reform in Chinatown. Then it was the usual coalition of Code Pink, along with young protesters that greeted him at the SF Jazz Center.
San Francisco has never been shy when it comes to expressing its feelings towards the visiting president. When undocumented grad student Ju Hong called on the president to stop deportations, it definitely made the highlight reel for CNN and all the other cable news networks.