Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 19, Fallout Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19, Fallout Summary

American television news reports on the explosion, which destroyed the house of Esteban Unitveros, who had been a major figure in the Medellin Cartel. The television report includes pictures of the Unitveros children who were killed by the blast. At his NATO conference in Belgium, Jack Ryan comforts himself with the thought that it was a car bomb and therefore not an action by the CIA. On board USS Ranger, Robby Jackson suddenly puts two and two together with all he has seen while on the carrier, and his younger brother at the 7th Division also realizes where all those Spanish-speaking sergeants are deployed.

In the White House, the President is seriously embarrassed by the TV images of the collateral damage of the bomb and the high moral ground taken by his main political rival, Senator Fowler. The President emphatically denies...

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