His father set him on course for the presidency at a very early age. He was schooled in the history of the Union, from the importance of 1492 through the Civil War, the Cold War and the war on terror. He knew how many signatories there were on the Declaration of Independence and could name every single president and date their terms in office. He had been on 3 tours of the West Wing, including a short visit to the Oval Office, and used the nickname POTUS, except in school.
But Frank was born in Hackney and no matter how hard he tried and wished and learned fact after fact, he never could stop not being a natural-born American from thwarting his dream.