A nurse in Dallas has contracted Ebola despite wearing protective gear. But fear not, dear Twitchy readers: Democratic hack Donna Brazile is sure there is absolutely nothing to worry about. Even better, President Obama is on the case! He reportedly spent 40 seconds on the phone discussing the matter with his Health and Human Services Secretary. What a workaholic!

After the call, he left the White House to play some golf. Because, really, there’s no need to freak out or anything.

Well, at least his desk is clean.

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