Executive Power - Chapters 61-65 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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Chapters 61-65 Summary

Prince Abdul Bin Aziz arrives at the White House from his embassy. He is there at the request of his cousin, the crown prince.

In chapter sixty-two, there are protest marchers at the Israeli Embassy. Uri Doran, who is in charge of security at the embassy, is worried because the ambassador has a meeting at the White House.

The president greets the Saudi ambassador as chapter sixty-three opens. The ambassador looks like he does not feel comfortable. The Americans tells him they are not happy about the situation in Hebron. The Saudi says they have reports saying that there was no bomb factory and asks Kennedy if she agrees. She says they have no verification yet. When asked about the Palestinian ambassador's death, Irene doesn't mention their suspicions about Prince Omar. Irene says they are checking leads. The ambassador asks if...

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