Red, White & Royal Blue - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Casey McQuiston
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Alex sits down with mother, and though she is concerned about the fallout, she offers her full support, reminding him that she is his mother first and foremost. One Alex makes it clear that he is committed to Henry, Ellen confirms she will stand behind him. An article from The Washington Post is included, and highlights the different elements of Alex and Henry's relationship, including the file dump received that includes the emails between the two, which have been called "The Waterloo Letters." While Jeffrey Richards expresses his disappointment regarding the potential abuse of a private email server, the article speculates whether any classified information has been leaked in the emails or if presidential expenses used to travel for their meetings.

Alex finds the next few hours to be a blur where he cannot concentrate on anything. He cannot get in touch with Henry...

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