"Designated Survivor" The Interrogation (TV Episode 2016) - Plot Summary Poster

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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 the vetting process for Peter MacLeish, who the President is planning on naming Vice-President. With the information Hannah provided to him, Jason knows that he and Hannah have to stall so that they can interrogate/break Nasser into confessing that Al-Sakar was not responsible for the bombing, and naming the true bombers and what their connection to MacLeish is. And Seth seems to make a personal connection to Lisa Jordan, a new White House correspondent, a relationship with her which may not be the most appropriate for him to pursue.

    - Written by Huggo
  • 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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