Tom is facing more than usual negative public scrutiny with Abe Leonard's story on the White House knowing that Al-Sakar was not responsible for the Capitol bombing, with the White House - Tom, Seth or anyone else - not elaborating i.e. if they know who did. Jack tries to capitalize on this scrutiny for his own political gain. They further learn that Abe is planning on running a follow-up story, he asking for White House confirmation or denial. As such, Tom has decide how best to handle Abe, while the investigation continues. Tom, Mike, John and Hannah believe at this stage, their best plan of attack is to apprehend Patrick Lloyd and discover all the connections to Browning Reed. They however do admit that they are no closer to discovering who the White House mole is. Tom tries to find out who from among Richmond's administration would have had a high enough security clearance to have a say into who would have appointed him designated survivor for that day. The survivor who may be ... Written by
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When Hannah starts to drive the van out of the FBI garage, the rear doors are wide open. When the van reappears at street level the rear doors are shut tight. See more
References Groundhog Day