When the President and Speaker of the House are killed in a building collapse, and the Vice-President declines the office due to age and ill-health, Senate President pro tempore Douglas Dilman (James Earl Jones) suddenly becomes the first black man to occupy the Oval Office. The events from that day to the next election when he must decide if he will actually run challenge his skills as a politician and leader. Written by
The First Black President of the United States. First They Swore Him In. Then They Swore to Get Him.
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When you justify murder in the name of morality, you've done nothing but murder your morality.
Referenced in Isn't It Shocking?