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Lisa moves in with Rachel despite Doug's orders for her to stay away, and Walker has to deal with a Chinese blockade of Japan as the trade war escalates. Frank then receives a bomb threat from an ex-Marine who also claims responsibility for the Capitol incident, and apparently Claire was the intended target so Frank requests that Edward Meechum be her bodyguard.
To put more pressure on Raymond Tusk as retaliation for Adam Galloway, Frank's team leaks information to Ayla Sayyad that links Tusk to Lanagin's casino. This leads her to confirm her suspicions regarding a laundering scheme that is heavily influencing Congress, and she questions Lanagin and his involvement. Sayyad publishes her story on the money laundering scheme, which causes a huge stir in the press. The resulting investigation reflects badly on Walker, and he eventually follows Frank's advice to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the story and to clear the White House of any involvement.
Meanwhile, Frank and Jackie Sharp continue their battle of wills over Claire's legislation, which Jackie is against as a former soldier. Frank then starts siding with Grayson over Doug on strategy since it appears the latter is distracted all of the time (because of Rachel).
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|Season 2 Episodes|
|See also: S1 • S2 • S3 • S4 • S5|