Obama cancels campaign trip; vows Ebola 'SWAT team'
President Barack Obama sought to reassure the U.S. public that Ebola is under control domestically and that his administration will respond "in a much more aggressive way" to new cases. After meeting with a group of senior advisers who have been involved in the Ebola response, Obama told reporters that the Centers for Disease Control would deploy a "SWAT team" to "go in as soon as a new case is diagnosed," preferably within 24 hours.
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