Calling the Ebola outbreak a top national security priority, President Obama is expected to announce a greater U.S. response.
FOX News Radio's Jared Halpern reports from the White House.
The President spends the day at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, for a briefing on the west African Ebola outbreak.
(Earnest) "There's always the sort of geopolitical concern that a, an outbreak of a disease could create some instability in some of these regions."
That's why Press Secretary Josh Earnest describes the Ebola crisis as a national security priority.
The U.S. has been working with health care officials in Africa, and American aid workers have been successfully treated at U.S. hospitals.
At the White House, Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio.
The President travels to the C.D.C. in Atlanta, Georgia today to unveil his plan to boost the U.S. response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
FOX News Radio's Chad Pergram reports the President is expected to ask for money to fund a plan that would involve the U.S. military.
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