Jeret Hill served two terms as the Director of the CIA. He used to be Governor of Arkansas but resigned after he joined the CIA so he could work full time there. Jeret Hill ran for President of the United States in the 2016 election, but lost miserably, mostly due to his label as a "Joke Campaign." After returning from a hiatus in 2022, Hill became much more politically active. He ran for President a second time in 2032, but his campaign didn't last long. After speaking with his advisors, he decided to run for House Representative of district 3. He later won this election with 12 votes. During his campaign for House of Representatives, Hill was replaced as the Director of the CIA by George Bush. Later in the 2032 election, Hill was nomineed as the Governor of Arkansas and accepted his victory. He made a victory speech later that evening. Shortly after he started the speech, an Al-Qaeda terrorist shot him nine times with a 9mm pistol. He was pronounced dead at 9:41 PM Central Time on January 12th, 2032 at St. Vincent hospital in Little Rock.