About two decades ago, at his mansion near Mount Whitney, Donald Trump with Helga Brown experience the following events—which are still classified, top-secret info:
First Sunday of August, a drone delivers the missing priest frozen body to Trump's mansion. Then, he learns that, in 24 hours, multiple hydrogen bombs are about to devastate the world's largest cities and the holiest sites. The weapons are interconnected via the internet and are irreversible without the encryption key.
The CIA agent, who oversees this global nuclear threat, tells Trump that Helga is a party to this mayhem. So the agent wants Helga detained, but Trump refuses because he believes she is innocent.
Suddenly, a mysterious blackout occurs, cutting off Trump’s communication with the agent, leaving his mansion with no phone, no internet, no TV or radio.
Now the situation is even worse, and massive US military forces are heading toward his mansion to get him and Helga.
While the clock is ticking, the conflict is escalating. The situation is becoming deadlier, and lives and the world are in danger.