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'''The Barlet Administration''' was the executive branch of the government of the [[United States]] from [[1999]] to [[2007]], headed by [[Josiah Bartlet|President Josiah Bartlet]].
 
'''The Barlet Administration''' was the executive branch of the government of the [[United States]] from [[1999]] to [[2007]], headed by [[Josiah Bartlet|President Josiah Bartlet]].
   
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Despite his concealing a serious illness from the American people, [[President Bartlet]] will run again, and he intends to win.
 
Despite his concealing a serious illness from the American people, [[President Bartlet]] will run again, and he intends to win.
   
It may not be that simple. First, his decision causes serious friction with his wife, [[Abbey]], who had made the President promise to only serve one term. Next, a team of election consultants led by [[Bruno Gianelli]] clashes with the idealistic and resentful staffers. Meanwhile, the House of Representatives begin their probe into the cover-up of Bartlet's illness, with both [[Donna]] and [[Leo]] finding themselves in sticky situations. To end it all, Bartlet is forced to make a difficult decision.
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It may not be that simple. First, his decision causes serious friction with his wife, [[Abigail Bartlet|Abbey]], who had made the President promise to only serve one term. Next, a team of election consultants led by [[Bruno Gianelli]] clashes with the idealistic and resentful staffers. Meanwhile, the House of Representatives begin their probe into the cover-up of Bartlet's illness, with both Donna and Leo finding themselves in sticky situations. To end it all, Bartlet is forced to make a difficult decision.
   
The staffers' personal lives are not any less complicated, either. [[Josh]] finds himself drawn to woman's activist [[Amy Gardener]] while [[Toby]] confronts the President about his sacrificing of political ideals in order to be liked, which causes a rift between them. [[Sam]] is confronted by several challenges, including having to deal with his ex-fiance and a betrayal by a friend that hurts him deeply and embarasses him publicly.
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The staffers' personal lives are not any less complicated, either. Josh finds himself drawn to woman's activist [[Amy Gardner]] while Toby confronts the President about his sacrificing of political ideals in order to be liked, which causes a rift between them. Sam is confronted by several challenges, including having to deal with his ex-fiance and a betrayal by a friend that hurts him deeply and embarrasses him publicly.
   
Finally, [[C.J.]] recieves a death threat after making pointed comments about Saudi Arabia, threats so serious that they require the protection of the Secret Service.
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Finally, C.J. receives a death threat after making pointed comments about Saudi Arabia, threats so serious that they require the protection of the Secret Service.
   
The President is forced to make a deadly decision when it is uncovered that a foreign diplomoat is also a terrorist that has plans to attack the U.S.
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The President is forced to make a deadly decision when it is uncovered that a foreign diplomat is also a terrorist that has plans to attack the U.S.
   
 
The campaign in full swing, Toby, Josh and Donna are left behind by the motorcade and, through a series of missteps, spend 20 hours getting back to D.C. And that's just the first of many challenges facing Bartlet and his staff.
 
The campaign in full swing, Toby, Josh and Donna are left behind by the motorcade and, through a series of missteps, spend 20 hours getting back to D.C. And that's just the first of many challenges facing Bartlet and his staff.
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Meanwhile, everyone is worried about the campaign, as Gov. Ritchie may wind up winning because the public has such low expectations ofhim, which he can only beat. Bartlet, on the other hand, has the reverse problem. It all comes down to a debate that Bartlet has to win, and win handily.
 
Meanwhile, everyone is worried about the campaign, as Gov. Ritchie may wind up winning because the public has such low expectations ofhim, which he can only beat. Bartlet, on the other hand, has the reverse problem. It all comes down to a debate that Bartlet has to win, and win handily.
 
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==Second Term (2003-2007)==
 
==Second Term (2003-2007)==
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[[Zoey Bartlet]] has been kidnapped. The President has relinquished office to a Republican [[Speaker of the House ]]because the vacancy of Vice President had not been filled. After the crisis has been resolved, there is the selection of a new Vice President, the former Vice President’s tell all autobiography, the shutdown of the Federal government, the rescue of Social Security, a visit from the cast of Sesame Street, the selection of two new Supreme Court Justices and a fact finding mission to Gaza that rattles the Senior Staff to the core.
 
[[Zoey Bartlet]] has been kidnapped. The President has relinquished office to a Republican [[Speaker of the House ]]because the vacancy of Vice President had not been filled. After the crisis has been resolved, there is the selection of a new Vice President, the former Vice President’s tell all autobiography, the shutdown of the Federal government, the rescue of Social Security, a visit from the cast of Sesame Street, the selection of two new Supreme Court Justices and a fact finding mission to Gaza that rattles the Senior Staff to the core.
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==Legislation and Programs==
 
==Legislation and Programs==
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*Bartlet Doctrine: a new doctrine for the use of force for humanitarian uses, such as halting a genocide in the Republic of Equatorial Kundu.
 
*Bartlet Doctrine: a new doctrine for the use of force for humanitarian uses, such as halting a genocide in the Republic of Equatorial Kundu.
   
==Cabinet officials==
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==Cabinet==
{{Infobox U.S. Cabinet
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{{Bartlet}}
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==Appointments==
|Name = Bartlet
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'''SUPREME COURT'''
|President = [[Josiah Bartlet]]
 
|President start = 1999
 
|President end = 2007
 
|Vice President = [[John Hoynes]] (Tim Matheson)
 
|Vice President start = 1999
 
|Vice President end = 2003
 
|Vice President 2 = [[Robert Russell]] (Gary Cole)
 
|Vice President start 2 = 2003
 
|Vice President end 2 = 2007
 
|State = [[Lewis Berryhill]] (William Devane)
 
|State start = 1999
 
|State end = 2007
 
|Treasury = [[Ken Kato]] (Conrad Bachmann)
 
|Treasury start = 1999
 
|Treasury end = 2004
 
|Treasury 2 = [[Karen Browning]] (Marcie Lynn Ross)
 
|Treasury start 2 = 2004
 
|Treasury end 2 = 2007
 
|Defense = [[Miles Hutchinson]]
 
|Defense start = 1999
 
|Defense end = 2007
 
|Justice = [[Dan Larson]] (Sherry Houston)
 
|Justice start = 1999
 
|Justice end = 2003
 
|Justice 2 = [[Alan Fisk]] (Dylan Baker)
 
|Justice start 2 = 2003
 
|Justice end 2 = 2007
 
|Interior = [[Bill Horton]] (Edmund L. Shaff)
 
|Interior start = 1999
 
|Interior end = 2007
 
|Agriculture = [[Roger Tribbey]] (Harry Groener)
 
|Agriculture start = 1999
 
|Agriculture end = 2007
 
|Commerce = [[Mitch Bryce]] (Alan Dale)
 
|Commerce start = 1999
 
|Commerce end = 2007
 
|Labor = [[Carl Reid]]
 
|Labor start = 1999
 
|Labor end = 2002
 
|Labor 2 = [[Jack Buckland]] (Kevin Tighe)
 
|Labor start 2 = 2002
 
|Labor end 2 = 2007
 
|Education = [[Jim Kane]]
 
|Education start = 1999
 
|Education end = 2007
 
|Housing and Urban Development = [[Deborah O'Leary]] (CCH Pounder)
 
|Housing and Urban Development start = 1999
 
|Housing and Urban Development end = 2001
 
|Housing and Urban Development 2 = Bill Fisher (Jim Jansen)
 
|Housing and Urban Development start 2 = 2001
 
|Housing and Urban Development end 2 = 2007
 
|Energy = Bill Trotter
 
|Energy start = 1999
 
|Energy end = 2004
 
|Energy 2 = Gerald Deloit (Terry Bozeman)
 
|Energy start 2 = 2004
 
|Energy end 2 = 2007
 
|Chief of Staff = [[Leo McGarry]] (John Spencer)
 
|Chief of Staff start = 1999
 
|Chief of Staff end = 2005
 
|Chief of Staff 2 = [[C.J. Cregg]] (Allison Janney)
 
|Chief of Staff start 2 = 2005
 
|Chief of Staff end 2 = 2007
 
|Joint Chief = [[Percy Fitzwallace]] (John Amos)
 
|Joint Chief start = 1999
 
|Joint Chief end = 2004
 
|Joint Chief 2 = [[Nicholas Alexander]] (Terry O'Quinn)
 
|Joint Chief start 2 = 2004
 
|Joint Chief end 2 = 2007}}
 
{{-}}
 
   
==Supreme Court appointments==
 
 
Bartlet appointed the following Justices to the [[Supreme Court]]:
 
Bartlet appointed the following Justices to the [[Supreme Court]]:
 
* [[Roberto Mendoza]] - 2000
 
* [[Roberto Mendoza]] - 2000
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* [[Christopher Mulready]] - 2004, in a comprise to preserve the ideological balance of the Court, Justice Mulready was "suggested" by Senate Republicans in exchange for Senate approval for Chief Justice Lang. 
 
* [[Christopher Mulready]] - 2004, in a comprise to preserve the ideological balance of the Court, Justice Mulready was "suggested" by Senate Republicans in exchange for Senate approval for Chief Justice Lang. 
   
==Other appointments==
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'''OTHER'''
{| class="wikitable"
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{| class="article-table" style="font-size: 85%;" border="1"
! Office
 
! Name
 
! Term
 
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="2" valign="top"|[[Chairman of the Federal Reserve|Federal Reserve Chairman]]
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! OFFICE
| Bernard Dahl
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! NAME
| 1999–2000
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! TERM
 
|-
 
|-
| Ronald Ehrlich
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| rowspan="2" style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Chairman of the Federal Reserve|Federal Reserve Chairman]]
| 2000–
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| style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Bernard Dahl]]
  +
| style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |1999–2000
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="2" valign="top"|[[Federal Election Commission]]
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| [[Ron Erlich]]
| John Branford Bacon
 
 
| 2000–
 
| 2000–
 
|-
 
|-
| Patricia Calhoun
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| rowspan="2" style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Federal Election Commission]]
  +
| style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[John Bacon]]
  +
| style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |2000–
  +
|-
  +
| [[Patty Calhoun]]
 
| 2000–
 
| 2000–
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Surgeon General of the United States|Surgeon General]]
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| style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Surgeon General of the United States|Surgeon General]]
| [[Millicent Griffith]] ([[Mary Kay Place]])
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| style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Millicent Griffith]]
| 1999–
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| style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |1999–
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
==White House Senior Staff==
 
==White House Senior Staff==
Senior Advisors and Assistants to the President:
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{| class="article-table" style="font-size: 85%;" border="1"
* [[Oliver Babish]] - [[White House Counsel]], 2001-2007
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! colspan="3" style="font-family: Trajan Pro; font-size: 12pt; text-align: center; background: firebrick; color: white" |SENIOR ADVISORS + ASSISTANTS TO THE PRESIDENT
* [[Will Bailey]] - [[Deputy White House Communications Director]], 2003; [[Chief of Staff to the Vice President of the United States|Chief of Staff to the Vice President]], 2003-2006; [[White House Communications Director]], 2006-2007
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|-
* [[Cliff Calley]] - [[Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning]], 2006-2007
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! OFFICE
* [[Cochran]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000
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! NAME
* [[C.J. Cregg]] - [[White House Press Secretary]], 1999-2005; [[White House Chief of Staff]], 2005-2007
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! TERM
* [[Amy Gardner]] - [[Chief of Staff to the First Lady of the United States|Chief of Staff to the First Lady]], 2003
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|-
* [[Gates]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000
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| rowspan="2" style="border-top: 2px solid firebrick" |[[White House Chief of Staff]]
* [[Mandy Hampton]] - [[White House Media Director]], 1999-2000
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| style="border-top: 2px solid firebrick" |[[Leo McGarry]]
* [[Kate Harper]] - [[Deputy National Security Advisor]], 2004-2007
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| style="border-top: 2px solid firebrick" |[[1999]][[2005]]
* [[Josh Lyman]] - Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning, 1999-2005
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|-
* [[Leo McGarry]] - White House Chief of Staff, 1999-2005 2005-2007 Senior&nbsp;Advisor to the President &nbsp;
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| style="border-bottom: 2px solid firebrick" |[[C.J. Cregg]]
* [[Nancy McNally]] - [[National Security Advisor]], 1999-2007
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| style="border-bottom: 2px solid firebrick" |[[2005]][[2007]]
* [[Annabeth Schott]] - [[Deputy White House Press Secretary for Media Relations]], 2005-2007
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|-
* [[Sam Seaborn]] - Deputy White House Communications Director, 1999-2003
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| rowspan="5" style="border-top: 2px solid firebrick; border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[White House Counsel]]
* [[Solomon]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000
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| style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Solomon]]
* [[Lionel Tribbey]] - White House Counsel, 2000-2001
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| style="border-top: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[1999]]/[[2000]]
* [[Toby Ziegler]] - White House Communications Director, 1999-2006
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|-
  +
| [[Gates]]
  +
| [[1999]]/[[2000]]
  +
|-
  +
| [[Cochran]]
  +
| [[1999]]/[[2000]]
  +
|-
  +
| [[Lionel Tribbey]]
  +
| [[2000]]—[[2001]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Oliver Babish]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2001]]—[[2007]]
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="2" style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[White House Communications Director]]
  +
| [[Toby Ziegler]]
  +
| [[1999]]—[[2006]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Will Bailey]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2006]]—[[2007]]
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="2" style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning]]
  +
| [[Josh Lyman]]
  +
| [[1999]]—[[2005]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Cliff Calley]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2006]]—[[2007]]
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="2" style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Deputy White House Communications Director]]
  +
| [[Sam Seaborn]]
  +
| [[1999]]—[[2003]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Will Bailey]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2003]]
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="2" style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Executive Secretary to the President of the United States]]
  +
| [[Dolores Landingham]]
  +
| [[1999]]—[[2001]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Deborah Fiderer]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2001]]—[[2007]]
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="3" style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[White House Press Secretary]]
  +
| C.J. Cregg
  +
| [[1999]]—[[2005]]
  +
|-
  +
| Toby Ziegler
  +
| [[2005]] <small>(acting)</small>
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |Will Bailey
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2005]]—[[2007]] <small>(acting)</small>
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="2" style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Personal Aide to the President of the United States]]
  +
| [[Charlie Young]]
  +
| [[1999]]—[[2005]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Curtis Carruthers]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2005]]—[[2007]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[White House Media Director]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Mandy Hampton]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[1999]]—[[2000]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[National Security Advisor]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Nancy McNally]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[1999]]—[[2007]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Deputy National Security Advisor]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Kate Harper]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2004]]—[[2007]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Deputy White House Press Secretary for Media Relations]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Annabeth Schott]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2005]]—[[2007]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Chief of Staff to the Vice President of the United States]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |Will Bailey
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| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2003]]—[[2006]]
  +
|-
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Chief of Staff to the First Lady of the United States]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[Amy Gardner]]
  +
| style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d1d1d1" |[[2003]]
  +
|}
   
 
==The Economy==
 
==The Economy==
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: ''Main article: [[Foreign policy of the Bartlet Administration]]''
 
: ''Main article: [[Foreign policy of the Bartlet Administration]]''
   
==References==
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==Notes and references==
: ''To be added''
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{{References}}
 
[[Category:Government]]
 
[[Category:Government]]

Latest revision as of 18:12, October 29, 2019

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The Barlet Administration was the executive branch of the government of the United States from 1999 to 2007, headed by President Josiah Bartlet.

About Edit

The administration faced political opposition in the form of a Republican congress for its entire duration, despite a landslide re-election to the White House in 2002. There was a shaky start with a number of unspecified PR "disasters" and policy failures during the first year in office. However, after adopting the new strategy "Let Bartlet be Bartlet" (so dubbed by Leo McGarry) public opinion swung towards the favourable. A number of scandals afflicted the Bartlet Presidency, including the revelation that the President himself suffered from Relapsing Remitting MS, the drug addiction and Alcoholism of White House Chief of Staff, Leo McGarry, the extramarital affairs of Vice President John Hoynes, Deputy Comunications Director, Sam Seaborn's association with a call-girl and the leaking of classified information by Toby Ziegler.

In foreign policy the administration faced two major threats to world peace the first between India and Pakistan in 2000 and the second between Russia and China over Kazakhstani oil during the last days of Bartlet's Presidency. Attempts were made to end first the AIDS problem and later the genocide in Equatorial Qundu. The President managed to negotiate a peace between Isreal and Palestine in 2005 which required a US peacekeeping force. However the deal was made precarious by the assassination of Chairman Farad in 2006. The President decided to fly out himself to attend the funeral in an effort to shore up the peace.

Social spending, and military excursions in Equatorial Qundu and the Levant combined with an economic downturn midway through the administration meant the debt ceiling had to be raised in 2006.

First Term (1999-2003)Edit

The first season of The West Wing takes place during the second year of the administration.

In his first term as President, Josiah Bartlet finds his staff is restless, unable to pass legislation on the hill. To make matters worse, his Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman has just insulted the Religious Right on a national television program. As Bartlet and his staff work together to pass legislation through back channels and dealmaking, Bartlet decides to finally make a stand and attempts to get Roberto Mendoza appointed to the Supreme Court.

While Bartlet is able to get Mendoza on the bench, he still finds himself stuck in neutral until a rousing speech from White House Chief of Staff, Leo McGarry, gets Bartlet to focus on the issues instead of re-election. A few short weeks later, as President Bartlett is leaving a successful speech, shots are fired on him and his staff, with the Secret Service wondering who had been shot.

In the wake of the shooting, both President Bartlet and Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman have been hit. While the President is not seriously injured, Josh is critically wounded.

Josh survives, and the staff go on to face a myriad of challenges that include the President's hiring of a staunch Rebublican as an associate counsel, a trip to Portland, the discovery of Chinese refugees fleeing religious persecution, the loss of a costly Mars probe, Josh's post-traumatic stress disorder, and Bartlet's third State of the Union Address.

All of these challenges are rendered minor after the staff and the President are confronted with two serious events; the revelation of Bartlet's concealed serious illness to the public, and the death of one of their own. There is one question on everyone's lips; will Josiah Bartlet seek a second term.

Despite his concealing a serious illness from the American people, President Bartlet will run again, and he intends to win.

It may not be that simple. First, his decision causes serious friction with his wife, Abbey, who had made the President promise to only serve one term. Next, a team of election consultants led by Bruno Gianelli clashes with the idealistic and resentful staffers. Meanwhile, the House of Representatives begin their probe into the cover-up of Bartlet's illness, with both Donna and Leo finding themselves in sticky situations. To end it all, Bartlet is forced to make a difficult decision.

The staffers' personal lives are not any less complicated, either. Josh finds himself drawn to woman's activist Amy Gardner while Toby confronts the President about his sacrificing of political ideals in order to be liked, which causes a rift between them. Sam is confronted by several challenges, including having to deal with his ex-fiance and a betrayal by a friend that hurts him deeply and embarrasses him publicly.

Finally, C.J. receives a death threat after making pointed comments about Saudi Arabia, threats so serious that they require the protection of the Secret Service.

The President is forced to make a deadly decision when it is uncovered that a foreign diplomat is also a terrorist that has plans to attack the U.S.

The campaign in full swing, Toby, Josh and Donna are left behind by the motorcade and, through a series of missteps, spend 20 hours getting back to D.C. And that's just the first of many challenges facing Bartlet and his staff.

The ramifications of the Bartlet administration's decision to assassinate Qumari Defense Minister Abdul Sharif start to become apparent, as Qumar seeks to use the death to accuse Israel and instigate hostilites.

Meanwhile, everyone is worried about the campaign, as Gov. Ritchie may wind up winning because the public has such low expectations ofhim, which he can only beat. Bartlet, on the other hand, has the reverse problem. It all comes down to a debate that Bartlet has to win, and win handily.

Second Term (2003-2007)Edit

Sam, on the other hand, has problems of his own. He goes to California to persuade a congressional campaign manager named Will Bailey to end a campaign where the candidate has died. When Will refuses, Sam makes a promise to run should the late candidate win, which seems highly unlikely. Sam isn't counting on Will's brilliance, though, and he finds himself in sticky situation that may force him to leave the West Wing.

Finally, all hell breaks loose as Zoey, about to embark on a trip to France, is abducted by parties unknown. With the nation on high alert in wake of the kidnapping, Bartlet makes the most fateful decision of his presidency, and his fatherhood.

Zoey Bartlet has been kidnapped. The President has relinquished office to a Republican Speaker of the House because the vacancy of Vice President had not been filled. After the crisis has been resolved, there is the selection of a new Vice President, the former Vice President’s tell all autobiography, the shutdown of the Federal government, the rescue of Social Security, a visit from the cast of Sesame Street, the selection of two new Supreme Court Justices and a fact finding mission to Gaza that rattles the Senior Staff to the core.

Legislation and ProgramsEdit

Major legislation signedEdit

  • Banking Reform Bill
  • Education Bill
  • Internet Education Act (assumed)
  • Hate Crimes Bill
  • Gun Control Bill
  • Family Wellness Act
  • Foreign Ops Bill

Major legislation vetoedEdit

Proposals not passed by CongressEdit

To be added

InitiativesEdit

  • Pilot program for a 100 teachers passed through college on teaching scholarships (unknown if it was passed)
  • Bartlet Doctrine: a new doctrine for the use of force for humanitarian uses, such as halting a genocide in the Republic of Equatorial Kundu.

CabinetEdit

BARTLET CABINET
OFFICE NAME TERM
President Josiah Bartlet 19992007
Vice President John Hoynes 19992003
Bob Russell 20032007
Secretary of State Lewis Berryhill 19992007
Secretary of the Treasury Ken Kato 19992004
Karen Browning 20042007
Secretary of Defense Miles Hutchinson 19992007
United States Attorney General Dan Larson 19992003
Alan Fisk 20032007
Secretary of the Interior Bill Horton 19992007
Secretary of Agriculture Roger Tribbey 19992007
Secretary of Commerce Mitch Bryce 19992007
Secretary of Labor Carl Reid 19992002
Jack Buckland 20022007
Secretary of Health and Education Jim Kane 19992007
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Deborah O'Leary 19992001
Bill Fisher 20012007
Secretary of Energy Bill Trotter 19992004
Gerald Deloit 20042007
Secretary of Veteran Affairs Jason Weaver 19992007
White House Chief of Staff Leo McGarry 19992005
C.J. Cregg 20052007
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Percy Fitzwallace 19992005
Nicholas Alexander 20052007

AppointmentsEdit

SUPREME COURT

Bartlet appointed the following Justices to the Supreme Court:

OTHER

OFFICE NAME TERM
Federal Reserve Chairman Bernard Dahl 1999–2000
Ron Erlich 2000–
Federal Election Commission John Bacon 2000–
Patty Calhoun 2000–
Surgeon General Millicent Griffith 1999–

White House Senior StaffEdit

SENIOR ADVISORS + ASSISTANTS TO THE PRESIDENT
OFFICE NAME TERM
White House Chief of Staff Leo McGarry 19992005
C.J. Cregg 20052007
White House Counsel Solomon 1999/2000
Gates 1999/2000
Cochran 1999/2000
Lionel Tribbey 20002001
Oliver Babish 20012007
White House Communications Director Toby Ziegler 19992006
Will Bailey 20062007
Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning Josh Lyman 19992005
Cliff Calley 20062007
Deputy White House Communications Director Sam Seaborn 19992003
Will Bailey 2003
Executive Secretary to the President of the United States Dolores Landingham 19992001
Deborah Fiderer 20012007
White House Press Secretary C.J. Cregg 19992005
Toby Ziegler 2005 (acting)
Will Bailey 20052007 (acting)
Personal Aide to the President of the United States Charlie Young 19992005
Curtis Carruthers 20052007
White House Media Director Mandy Hampton 19992000
National Security Advisor Nancy McNally 19992007
Deputy National Security Advisor Kate Harper 20042007
Deputy White House Press Secretary for Media Relations Annabeth Schott 20052007
Chief of Staff to the Vice President of the United States Will Bailey 20032006
Chief of Staff to the First Lady of the United States Amy Gardner 2003

The EconomyEdit

To be added

Foreign policyEdit

Main article: Foreign policy of the Bartlet Administration

Notes and referencesEdit

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