"Fear not, brother. Like a yeast-heavy cinnamon roll, I've risen to the occasion."
The 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy is the primary contact between the USA and the Soviet Union. He's charming and charismatic, but he longs for the days without such grave responsibilities.
"Those fifteen long years at Houdini Camp really did pay off!"
RFK is the Attorney General, though these days he tends to spend his time at the White House with his big brother Johnny, discussing breakfast foods and chasing mice.
"...And that's why I can only whizz laying down."
Level-headed Lyndon Johnson serves as Kennedy's Vice President and your supervisor. The man's not humorless, though he can't help but sigh when the Kennedy brothers get up to their usual shenanigans.
"I just saw 'Oleg’s Wrath.' Heartbreaking biopic about Russia’s first bean farmer."
Soviet premier Khrushchev came under fire for stashing nuclear missiles in Cuba, but he swears he won't do it again. But who knows his true intentions...
"You weasel! You dirty rat! I ordered my extra large Meat Explosion pizza with extra ranch over an hour ago! What kind of operation are you running over there, anyway?"
Richard just lost the '62 California gubernatorial election. He's...not in a great place at the moment.
"The Communist Party's most devious duo!"
Fidel Castro and Mao Zedong might not be great at diplomacy, but they sure do love being there for it.
"I’m a lone candle of truth in the ever-growing void of misinformation and despair. And baby, the wind’s rising."
The mysterious masked man 'B' will contact you in secret, asking you to listen in on world leaders' private conversations. A mere conspiracy theorist, or a man concealing a terrible secret?...