Tom, Cornelius and Seth are on their way to Toronto for the NATO summit, where much of the discussion is planned to revolve around nuclear deescalation. Cornelius warns Tom that despite the French having brought up the issue unofficially, they may have a different stance on the matter in public unless all the ducks are in a row. Beyond Seth's first experience on Air Force One not being quite what he expected, all three men find that the NATO summit doesn't proceed the way they expected, each of the three who deal with slightly different issues, all circling back to a story that hits the media in the early hours of the gathering. Meanwhile, John and Mike continue to work on finding Hannah and discovering who the mole in the White House is. With the latter issue, Mike calls in Chuck, who he hopes will be able to do some computer forensics to find out who deleted the files. Based on what he sees of what has happened thus far, Chuck thinks he has a way to set a trap for the mole. Hannah ...
Did You Know?
This episode takes place in April 2016. See more
As in episode 17 at about minute 25 the house of the Bundespressekonferenz is shown as Abe Leonard office. The Bundespressekonferenz is a building where the German government and other German institutions are hosting their press conferences. It is about 6.700 km away from Washington. While it features some offices for correspondents, it does not have cubicle space.
This time the term: "Bundespressekonferenz" is even more readable on the outside of the building. See more
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