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Rep. Donald Blythe (Character)
from "House of Cards" (2013)

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Donald Blythe / VP Donald Blythe


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  1. "House of Cards"
        - Chapter 41 (2016) TV episode, Played by Reed Birney (as Donald Blythe)
        - Chapter 45 (2016) TV episode, Played by Reed Birney
        - Chapter 43 (2016) TV episode, Played by Reed Birney (as VP Donald Blythe)
        - Chapter 46 (2016) TV episode, Played by Reed Birney (as Donald Blythe)
        - Chapter 48 (2016) TV episode, Played by Reed Birney (as Donald Blythe)
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From "House of Cards: Chapter 37 (#3.11)" (2015)
Donald Blythe: [counting off on his fingers] Negligence - nepotism - misappropriation of federal funds - a foreign policy fiasco - and loose with the truth. What do these five fingers have in common? Francis J. Underwood.
Francis Underwood: Mr. King, I would like to respond to that.
Donald Blythe: This is a man that believes in the rule of law - ish. The legislative process - ish. The constitution - ish. Is this the man who should be president?
Francis Underwood: Miss. Dunbar, like any good lawyer, you have a knack for rhetoric - ish. But the American people are tired of words. What they crave is action.
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