When President Logan realizes he is backed into a corner, he resorts to a drastic solution. While Karen becomes an ally in Jack's quest to expose Logan, Miles changes allegiances, and a villain from the past returns.
Did You Know?
While on the phone with Logan, Graem mentions the damage that would be done to the country by a sitting president on trial for the murder of another president. Though not technically a law, an unwritten understanding is that, while in office, the president can't be indicted for crimes he commits; he would first need to be impeached by the House of Representatives and removed from office by the Senate. And if Logan were removed, he thus wouldn't be a sitting president; immediately upon his conviction, his vice president, Hal Gardner, would be sworn in as president. See more
[to Jack, who is interrogating Christpher Henderson about his involvement in the Sentox nerve gas plot
"What I did was in the interests of the destiny of this country, and I'm not talking about the version you read on the op-ed pages of the New York Times, I'm talking about the politics of survival. The way the world really works."
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