Primary Colors

Libby Holden shoots herself in the chest unable to cope with covering Governor Jack Stanton's ass over his sordid secrets or his not so honest behavior in protecting himself. Henry Burton stumbles across her dead in her van with the cops surrounding her and breaks down in tears. At her funeral Jack reads her final note and accepts to the congergation his flaws. He then presents Gov. Fred Picker with his seedy past and a devistated Fed realises he must drop out and how shall he tell his sons. Despite Henry intending to drop out of presidential candidate campaign of Jack...we see at the end in the white house that he is still standing back Jack as Stanton celibrates with his wife having been sworn in as the next president.

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Gov. Jack Stanton: I'm going to tell you something really outrageous. I'm going to tell you the truth.

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Mistakes

There is a scene where Jack Stanton is campaigning in Manchester, New Hampshire. He is shown talking with a counter clerk in a "Krispy Kremes" donut shop. There is no Krispy Kreme shop in Manchester, or even in New Hampshire. This is a southern chain, even though its donuts are now distributed throughout the U.S.

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Trivia

When the original novel was published, the author was identified as "Anonymous." As a result of curious professors and investigative journalists trying to identify the author, the person was identified as Joe Klein, an American magazine columnist who was working for the newsmagazine Newsweek. Investigators had shown that the writing style found in "Primary Colors" is identical to the writing style found in Klein's Newsweek articles.

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