Transfer of Power - Chapter 29-30 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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Chapter 29-30 Summary

A well-groomed and suit-wearing Aziz broadcasts a national address from the White House press room. He apologizes for his actions, implores Americans to see the situation from his point of view, and begs the "peace-loving American people" to assist him in persuading the government to lift economic sanctions against the impoverished and starving Iraqi people.

Baxter panics and King puts a poll in the field immediately. Both politicians know how well the handsome, earnest-looking man came across in this national address. As expected, the poll reveals that the majority of Americans want to exhaust diplomatic options before violently engaging with Aziz. King advises Baxter to begin asking the UN to lift the sanctions.

Rapp knows exactly what Aziz hopes to achieve with his speech. Aziz wants to bog down the American public-dependant government by gaining some sympathizers among American voters. With...

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