|Residence(s):||White House, Washington, D.C.|
|Affiliation:||United States government|
Harry Barnes administration
|Profession:||President of the United States|
|First episode:||Veto Power|
|Last episode:||Cat's Claw|
He was temperamental, blowing off steam in private so that he could keep calm in public. He was aware of the young politician David Palmer and knew that he could be a political challenge soon enough.
Veto Power[edit | edit source]
Cat's Claw[edit | edit source]
He was conversing with the other members of the G8, discussing whether or not to allow China to join to association. The meetings caused much uproar in the public, and a riot ensued near the conference hall. After the riots had subsided and the meetings drawn to a close, Barnes left the hall.
Later, an assassination attempt on himself and Chinese premier Xu Boxiong using the Cat's Claw virus while the two were having a private, unscheduled meeting. An operative of Bernard Copeland, posing as a waiter, released the virus, infecting himself and all the people present at the meeting.
While this was happening, Ayman al-Libbi tried to fire a missile with the intention of killing Barnes and Boxiong, but his attempt was thwarted by Jack Bauer. Later in the day, he was given an antidote to the virus.
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