Kremlin's Candidate - Chapters 33 - 36 Summary & Analysis

Jason Matthews
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In Chapter 33, when Benford received Dominika’s exfil signal, he and his advisors suspected she was signaling because she had identified MAGNIT and had no other way to pass a message. Nate suggested he and Agnes could sneak into Putin’s compound under the guise of a Polish art restorer, get Dominika alone, and find out what was happening. Nate believed they leave on the USV after they talked to Dominika.

In Chapter 34, Forsyth was surprised when Benford came out of his office for the final briefings of the candidates for the director of the CIA looking as if he was physically ill. He told Forsyth and Westfall not to show any reactions to anything that he told the candidates. Benford told the first candidate about a crash dive in which they were sending an agent to Russia to exfiltrate an asset who...

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