President Taylor

  • (noun): 12th President of the United States; died in office (1784-1850).
    Synonyms: Taylor, Zachary Taylor

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Jack Bauer - Appearances - 24 Season 8
... On learning of an assassination attempt on Kamistani President Omar Hassan prior to peace talks with Russia, Jack contacts Chloe O'Brian at CTU ... Mehran has the rods and wants to use them as leverage (as dirty bombs) to capture President Hassan ... President Taylor asked Jack to protect President Hassan, but Hassan surrenders himself to Mehran to protect innocent lives being lost ...
List Of Minor Characters In 24 - Government and Political Figures - 24: Season 6
... Assad is offered a full pardon for all past crimes by President Wayne Palmer, under the condition that Assad continue to help stop Fayed and that he bring his and all other affiliated organizations to peace talks ... by Emmy winner Powers Boothe, is the Vice President of the United States, serving under President Wayne Palmer ... Daniels becomes the Acting President of the United States after an assassination plot ...
24 (season 8) - Episodes
... Aruz claims that President Hassan (Anil Kapoor) of the Islamic Republic of Kamistan, who is currently at the UN Building working on an arms treaty with President ... President Hassan confirms the rumors that he is having an affair with Reed, and provides a personal assurance that she is not involved in the plot against him ... on Reed's computer, indicating the presence of a bomb Presidents Hassan and Taylor are evacuated to McGuire Air Force Base via different routes ...

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