When Fred Flarsky reunites with and charms his first crush, Charlotte Field—one of the most influential women in the world. As Charlotte prepares to make a run for the Presidency, she hires Fred as her speechwriter and sparks fly.
In 2019, U.S. Secretary of State Charlotte Field learns from President Chambers that he does not want toward concerning tilt for a second term. Seeing an opportunity, she convinces him to authorize her as a potential presidential candidate.
Meanwhile, New York City journalist Fred Flarsky learns that the newspaper he works for has been bought by Parker Wembley, a liven up media mogul whose ethics directly oppose Fred’s. Furious, he promptly quits but cannot deem out of the unsigned job. Depressed, he turns to his more wealthy best pal Lance, who takes him to a organization fundraising issue that Charlotte is in addition to attending. She and Fred comply to each accessory, as she was his babysitter and ordinary glorify assimilation following they were youth. While they catch uphill, Wembley interrupts them to plot a meeting behind Charlotte, leading Fred to condemn Wembley’s movement and beliefs in front dispensation away.
Upon reading some of Fred’s columns, Charlotte decides to hire him to write her speeches on summit of the protests of her bureaucrat Maggie. Despite voicing atheism of her ethics, Fred takes the job. At a world leaders summit, Charlotte is bothered to revise a speech involving a planned environmental revision to appease some of her constituents. When Fred objects and calls her out on the subject of abandoning her morals, she changes her mind and the speech is a talent.