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Speaker of the House Glenallen Walken (Character)
from "The West Wing" (1999)

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Alternate Names:
Acting President Glenallen Walken / Glenallen Walken

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  1. "The West Wing"
    ... aka "The White House" - Israel (English title), Japan (English title)
        - The Stormy Present (2004) TV episode, Played by John Goodman (as Glenallen Walken)
        - The Dogs of War (2003) TV episode, Played by John Goodman (as Acting President Glenallen Walken)
        - 7A WF 83429 (2003) TV episode, Played by John Goodman (as Acting President Glenallen Walken)
        - Twenty Five (2003) TV episode, Played by John Goodman

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Quotes:
From "The West Wing: 7A WF 83429 (#5.1)" (2003)
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: Danny Concannon is doing a story alleging we assassinated Abdul Sheriff.
Glenallen Walken: How are his sources?
Leo McGarry: He's got it.
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: He's looking for a comment
Glenallen Walken: I suppose throwing him in leg irons and locking him in the basement of the Capitol wouldn't do any good.
Leo McGarry: We shouldn't comment, sir, not while Zoey Bartlett is missing.
Steve Atwood: No, we need to get out in front of it, release it before it breaks in the Post.
Toby Ziegler: Release what? That we violated The Neutrality Act to covertly assassinate an official of a friendly government?
Steve Atwood: He must not have been too friendly if you decided to shoot him.
Will Bailey: Sir, acknowledging the assassination destroys a century's worth of progress towards international law.
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