Term Limits - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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After the press conference ends, President Stevens is mainly concerned with whether he appeared genuine and heartfelt on television. Hopkinson tells him he thinks so, but he plans to take a poll to make sure. Back at Blacky's Bar, Liz and Michael discuss the murders. Michael tells Liz that he is not sure that the killers are terrorists. He points out that the group is not killing any civilians, and hopes that the men's deaths can be positive and bring about some much-needed change. Michael is not completely comfortable with the idea that politicians are being murdered, but he also sympathizes with the killers and their disgust with the state of American politics.

Agent McMahon sees the press conference, too. He has no idea why the President said that the FBI believes that the killers' letter may have been sent to mislead the investigation. He calls Director...

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