When Anthony Schumacher took over as President of the United States, the nation breathed a much needed sigh of relief. The previous President had committed suicide after his plot to kill then-Vice President Schumacher unraveled, and the American people now just wanted to throw their support behind the new President. But political goodwill in Washington, D.C., only lasts so long, and the Democrats and terrorists were determined that the President’s honeymoon would be short-lived.

The battle would rage after the President’s decision to reinstitute the military tribunals at Guantanamo Bay for captured enemy combatants. The liberals’ response was to politically damage the President the only way they knew how – by taking their case all the way up to the Supreme Court. Not content with waiting for the judicial system, the terrorists set a course to stop the President the only way they knew how – by killing him. Even the President’s family would be in the crosshairs. The clash between the Executive and Judicial Branches and the President’s fight for survival would come to a head in the tumultuous Showdown in the Capital.

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