Term Limits - Study Guide Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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The Secret Service agent in charge of Basset's protection, Agent Harry Dorle, goes to the White House after Basset's murder. He meets with Alex Tracy, the director of the Secret Service, and Stu Garret in the Roosevelt Room at the White House. Garret demands to know how Basset could have been killed in spite of his Secret Service protection. Dorle explains that Basset was warned not to go out in public, and that the Secret Service could not guarantee his safety if he did. Garret argues that the men were simply not doing their jobs, and demands that Dorle be fired. Dorle moves toward Garret, but Warch stops him from attacking Garret, telling him it is not worth it.

In the Oval Office, Mike Nance next meets with Garret. Nance warns Garret to control himself, and Garret admits he is worried that the deaths of Koslowski and...

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