As Batkid's heroic rescue of our nation's cold hearts continues from the streets of San Francisco to the morning talk show circuit, our tiny national hero has suddenly found himself too busy to talk with the leader of the free world. Such is the life of a kindergarten superhero.

President Obama is visiting San Francisco this week on a fundraising mission to meet with his historically lucrative donor base in the Bay Area. After Team Obama crafted a special message to Batkid on his big day earlier this month, the White House reached out to the young celebrity and cancer patient for a one-on-one meeting on Miles "Batkid" Scott's home turf. Unfortunately for the President, Miles was already booked today on Good Morning America where the young hero got to meet lower-ranking Democrat George Stephanopoulos instead.

After heading to New York City, Miles was greeted with a replica "batcave" at ABC's GMA studio in Times Square. From there, the endlessly energetic five-year-old was (once again) called into action to stop the Joker and the Penguin for the benefit of adults nationwide. While on the job in New York, Miles rescued rapper Pitbull, who performed last night at the American Music Awards alongside squawky enemy of sobriety Ke$ha.

Also, according to ABC, "Miles received a personal welcome from New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, an original badge from the first Batman film and a framed rendering of a comic featuring himself as Batkid."

"It's been amazing," Miles' father Nick said on GMA. "We never expected anything like this, on a level like this." Nick Scott and his wife Natalie also announced last week that they have partnered with the San Francisco 49ers Foundation to create the Batkid fund to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House, the Make-a-Wish Foundation and Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center in Oregon — three organizations that helped Miles cope with his leukemia when he was diagnosed at only 18 months old.

Previously: All Batkid coverage on SFist