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."