The President Is Missing - Saturday in America, Chapters 56 - 67 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 56, Carolyn calls Duncan to tell him that Nina was considered a terrorist by the Republic of Georgia. Duncan insisted on talking to Augie before they made the assumption that Nina had been working for Russia.

In Chapter 57, Augie tells Duncan that Nina was not necessarily working for Russia. He added that Suliman worked for himself and also pointed out that the Sons of Jihad fought against Western influence coming into southeastern Europe, an agenda that Russia shared which might make it appear they were working for Russia.

In Chapter 58, Richter tells Duncan that he has no doubt that the Russians are involved in the cyberterrorism attack planned for America. He also points out that it is hard to find people able to detect and fight against cyberterrorism at the same level as the Sons of Jihad. Duncan indicates...

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