In the Harrison Ford film “Clear and Present Danger,” the drama opens soon after the murder of American businessman Peter Hardin for allegedly stealing $650 million from a drug cartel. Hardin was a close friend and political ally of U.S. President Bennett. Once the president learns what happened to Hardin, he has a tense conversation with his advisers.

President: The press is going to have a field day with this.

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