Designated Survivor: An Attack on The White House (VIDEO)

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DESIGNATED SURVIVOR - "The Interrogation" - When shots ring out at The White House during a Governors Summit, President Kirkman's plans at electing a new Congress are thrown into turmoil, while Agent Hannah Wells continues investigating the Capitol bombing and makes one of her most shocking discoveries yet on ABC's "Designated Survivor," WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST). (ABC/Ben Mark Holzberg) KIEFER SUTHERLAND

As President Kirkman (Kiefer Sutherland) has been settling into his highly unexpected term as the commander-in-chief on the ABC hit drama Designated Survivor, unrest is still swirling around him and the country. Case in point: if terrorists were able to blow up the Capitol, how safe is The White House?

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We find that out in the exclusive clip below. Kirkman is making a speech to the nations' governors about unity and coming together when all of a sudden shots ring out and everybody runs for cover:


The shots are going to interrupt Kirkman's attempt at getting a new Congress elected. Remember, the entire House and Senate were in the Capitol when it blew up so... yeah, there's a lot for Kirkman to do, and being shot at isn't helping matters.

Designated Survivor, Wednesdays, 10/9c, ABC