Obama on The Campaign Trail As Ebola Response Goes Into Action

President Obama marched onto the campaign trail on Sunday rallying support for fellow democrat Anthony Brown in the Maryland gubernatorial race, just days after naming Ron Klain, VP Biden’s former chief of staff, as the “Ebola Czar” heading up the country’s response to the deadly disease.

The president remains on the campaign trail Monday for another rare appearance in Chicago in support of Gov. Pat Quinn as he battles Republican candidate Bruce Rauner for re-election. Meanwhile, the Pentagon announced it’s plans to build a 30-person, rapid-response Ebola medical support team to aid civilian health care workers should additional cases of the virus be diagnosed.

ABC’s Mary Bruce joined us from the White House.

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