A shooting at the White House during a Governors Summit throws President Kirkman's plans to elect a new Congress into turmoil; Agent Hannah makes a shocking discovery in her investigation of the capitol bombing.

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The political future of the country seems to be getting back on track as Tom is able to convene the state Governors - minus imprisoned Royce - Tom hosting a state dinner for them at the White House before the meetings. The meetings are largely for the Governors to approve the new Senate, and start the process for House elections. Also on getting the country back on track, Governor Rivera of Florida has accepted three hundred Syrian refugees, who will be landing on the incoming flight tomorrow in Miami. Beyond the issue of Royce which he is certain will be raised by some either formally or informally, there seems to be good will from the Governors toward Tom, especially as Majid Nassar is in custody. However, something happens at the dinner which changes the tone for the upcoming meetings. That change leads to Tom requesting Alex to take charge of a specific immediate issue, the outcome of which may add some friction into their marriage. Meanwhile, Jason is informed that he is to start... Written by Huggo

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The jail scene filmed in the Segregation Unit of the Metro Toronto West Detention Centre which has been recently torn down. See more »

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Protocol requires honors for a Head of State to be 4 Ruffles and Flourishes and the national anthem for that country. It has been the custom when the US President attends a less ceremonial gathering (like the Governor's Dinner in this episode), he will still receive the 4 Ruffles and Flourishes, but "Hail To The Chief" is substituted for the National Anthem. This allows the President and his party to move to where they will be seated, and also greet friends and officials along the way without everyone standing at attention. At the Governor's Dinner, only 1 Ruffle and Flourish was played and "Hail To The Chief" was severely abbreviated, likely for pacing reasons. See more »

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References 20/20 (1978) See more »

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9 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kirkman shows a degree of vulnerability here while being questioned by the nation's governor, led by a woman governor who could also qualify as a school supervisor.

What's the real story behind the guy now being vetted for the vice presidency?

Kirkman is now without his glasses and is wearing contacts for the occasion.

The shooting at the White House during the visit by the governors shows just how volatile the situation really is.

Kirkman's wife, as the expert immigration attorney, really advocates for those Syrian refugees, stranded on a plane, since the governor of Florida shall not let them off.


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