A couple of pink-clad bailout protestors crashed a interview Thursday by top White House economic adviser Lawrence Summers, calling on him to resign and on the Obama administration to stop giving money to corporations.

The protestors, one man in a pink shirt and tie and one woman, carried a pink sign that read "We Want Our $$$ Back!" Summers, director of the National Economic Council, was answering questions Thursday from The Economic Club of Washington, D.C. at the downtown J.W. Marriott Hotel.

"That's right, Larry, you should resign," the woman yelled out to Summers while standing behind him. "Obama deserves a leader."

After about a minute, the two protestors were ushered off the stage to applause. As they gave the stage back to Summers and his interviewer, the woman yelled out, "Thank you."

Code Pink protestors have become staples at congressional hearings on the Iraq war and on federal bailouts, where they have called on lawmakers to stop them. They drew the ire of House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D-Mass.) during a hearing on bonuses for AIG executives last month.