President Chaon was in the first year of his second term. A gigantic fundraiser was being held at the Colonial Hotel in Washington, DC. Nearly every Democratic Senator and Congressman as well as most of the Cabinet officers were in attendance. Only the Secretary of HUD, Donna Eiseland and the newly appointed Secretary of Interior, Cody Clark, were absent. Shortly after the gala event started, an explosion caused the hotel to implode killing nearly the entire line of Presidential succession. Soon after the explosion, three countries invade their neighbors and others are poised to do the same. Quick and decisive action is required to avert World War III. The new President is tested when one of the aggressor nations fires a nuclear missile at an American Airbase. The United States military is called into action to bring a return to world peace. In the midst of this chaos, it was politics as usual in the United States Congress. Senate and House leaders were involved in a power struggle with the new President. The government must determine who financed and carried out the Mass assassination and how to punish those responsible for the tragedy.
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