“Mr. President, don't touch my girlfriend,” a Chicago man told Barack Obama.
President tells attendees at $10,000 per plate fundraiser that his morale remains high.
The Obama adviser had surgery for a spinal condition in Chicago last week.
Republicans said Ron Klain isn't qualified for the position.
Michelle Obama praised the Dem gubernatorial candidate for fighting for education.
Josh Earnest said the Dem candidate's criticism of the Ebola response is fair game.
President will meet with Cabinet officials coordinating the response to Ebola.
Fewer than two years ago, Obama was elected handily to his second term.
The leaders will also discuss increasing pressure on Russia.
One prominent party strategist said Obama “should take a flamethrower to his office.”
“Today’s announcement is a victory for all who strive to uphold dignity of every human.”
Sen. Pat Roberts vowed to block all legislation with a prolonged filibuster.
Obama says it is a mistake long term for the party to not pass immigration reform.
Chaffetz says White House to blame for lower morale at agency.
"I would be surprised if Republican leaders chose to pursue that path again," said Earnest.
Former spokesman Bill Burton lashes out at Obama's ex-CIA chief.
President insists chances of a full outbreak in the United States are "extraordinarily low."
Former Defense secretary says Obama is reticent to engage his opponents.
That will put off a decision until at least mid-December.
Michelle Obama will campaign in Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Maine and Illinois.