Season three could have been its best, but sadly was not. 1. You have a crying, whining, White House staffer whose every thought is more akin to a jilted teenager, and whose "professional" performance is more akin to a sniveling summer intern. Her delusion extends to thinking she should be given equal treatment to the National Security Adviser / VP candidate! 2. You have a White House Chief of Staff who insists that his wife should be a Virginia senator, simply because she abused drugs and went through drug rehab and later hospitalized -- she has no distinguishable experience or qualities for the job! 3. What the writers of this show pass off as "Independent / Centrist" thinking is not "Centrist" thinking -- it is more idealistic, teenage, left-leaning thinking that does not give credence to a more realistic, moderate viewpoint. The focus of this season appears to be: put emotion over reason.
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