Political instability continues to shake the members of the President Nixon’s Cabinet. This time, several protestors were able to get past security in The White House in order to call out for justice upon the poor handling of government in regards to the bombing of the United States Embassy in Baghdad.
The bombing of Baghdad resulted in the killing of 50 Americans and the disappearance of 13 other fellow patriots. The impact of the attack was highly dangerous for the already wavering state of public opinion regarding the draft and war campaigns of the government, as no official word of The White House has been made yet and the President Richard Nixon has left the public without a single public statement.
Members of the Administration will continue to expect high levels of public disturbances due to the fact that economic decline and growth of unemployment rates persist in the nation.