It was last year that the actress met the Democrat at a fund raiser in Los Angeles and impressed him with the fact she had sacrificed a night with her daughter, Emerson, to be at the bash. "We had a moment where we shook hands (and) I told him I was a single mom. I remembered the event was on a night I had custody of my daughter and I don't ever go out when I have custody of my daughter," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
She added: "I said to him, 'This is the only thing I would have left my daughter at home for,'' and he said, ''I'll have to get you an autograph on a napkin.'" Talking on U.S. news show Extra, Hatcher revealed that the souvenir never came.
And in a message to the President she said: "You actually owe Emerson an autograph. First you can handle the economy. Then you can handle the war. Years from now when things are better, maybe you'll send an autograph."
Washington (ANI): Teri Hatcher has said that US President Barack Obama owes her an autograph, which he promised her when she gave up a night with her daughter to attend a fund raiser for him.