President Obama made a third and final trip to Capitol Hill on Thursday to hear from Senate Republicans who urged him to remain engaged with Capitol Hill, and House Democrats, who pressed him on possible changes to entitlement programs.

Obama began the third day of his charm offensive with a midday lunch with Senate Republicans in the storied Lyndon B. Johnson Room just off the Senate chamber. As he left, he deemed his first appointment "a great conversation."

Later, Obama met with House Democrats in the basement of the Capitol Visitors Center and seemed pleased at the end of three days of meetings.