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Chapter 59 

When a crisis forces White House personnel to take shelter in a bunker, Commerce Department official Jane Davis negotiates through back channels.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Doug Stamper
Mark Usher
Jane Davis
Thomas Yates
Seth Grayson
Leann Harvey
Hannah Conway
Tom Hammerschmidt
Sean Jeffries
Catherine Durant
Laura Moretti
Col. Max Braegher
Mercedes Herrero ...
Vanessa Morrison


When a crisis forces White House personnel to take shelter in a bunker, Commerce Department official Jane Davis negotiates through back channels.

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30 May 2017 (USA)  »

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Claire Underwood: We brought this on ourselves. We pushed too hard.
Francis Underwood: We've survived.
Claire Underwood: We isolated ourselves, Francis.
Francis Underwood: So what? We both know something the rest of the world refuses to acknowledge. There is no justice, only conquest. And let me tell you, we let them evacuate DC, we are done, Claire. We've lost.
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Claire Has Big Decisions to Make
25 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

Will Claire decide to be the last Underwood standing? If I were a member of the citizenry where this is playing out, I would wonder what the hell is happening to our world. Even with the Trump administration, things are being scrutinized every day. In the fictional world, who's actually running the country? There have to be hard choices to make for an interim (even with a diminishing windbag husband) that would take up her day. Most of the activities of these people are so self serving and directed at the upcoming vote, we would be so vulnerable. Meanwhile, certain things are happening. Doug continues to live on a fault line bigger than San Andreas. The Washington newspaper editor is following up on leads fed to him by an ambitious reporter he fired. One thing that bothers me. The generals and the military advisers seem to be so frightened of the Underwoods. Obviously, Claire is the chief executive, but some of these guys seem to be so weak. They also seem to have a collective Achilles heel that can be exploited over and over. This seems true of the entire Congress and Senate.

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