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When William Johnson enters the White House as the 45th leader of the United States -- the second black president -- he strives to adjust to his new life in D.C. with his wife and their four children. While being the leader of the free world is a full-time job, and then some, that's not all William has to worry about. He must deal with members of his family too, including his father and boisterous sister-in-law, who tend to unite in schemes despite bickering with each other any other time.

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