Most people know about the office of the U.S. President. Most folks know what his role is in government, how he’s elected, and what his primary duties are. But what really goes on behind-the-scenes amid various aspects of the presidency? These three specials attempt to explore and answer these very questions.
Secret Access: Air Force One
Go inside the flying White House and see just how this mobile command center enables the president to govern the U.S. from anywhere in the world.
The White House: Behind Closed Doors
Former President George W. Bush and his wife Laura take us on an in-depth tour of the White House and give us insight into what it’s like being Commander-in-Chief and a temporary resident of the most secure tourist attraction/home in the world.
The President’s Book of Secrets
Check out my previous review of this special by clicking here.
All of these specials deliver a comprehensive look into what can arguably be the most stressful job in America. It may seem like a cushy job, but it’s only for a limited time. And within those parameters of four to eight years comes a level of responsibility and scrutiny that most people would quickly buckle under. I don’t think it matter who’s in the White House, this is one job not everyone could handle.
Secret Access: The Presidency is available NOW on DVD!
What aspect of the presidency would you like to know even more about? Leave a comment and let us know!