In 1829, Andrew Jackson became the 7th President of the United States.
The Department remained in existence until 1915 when it was disbanded due to more pressing matters. It remained unneeded for over 100 years; until October 16, 2016.
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"Major" Bob Collingberry
Senior Lead Director of Presidential Exchange (Lead D.o.P.E.)
The 2016 Presidential campaign created such a stir that a select committee in Congress re-instituted D.o.P.E. as a 'service' to the incoming President, to allow him to more clearly communicate with the citizens of the country and also to foreign powers and dignitaries for whom decorum was considered sacrosanct-- America didn't want to come off as gauche, boorish or uninformed.
The secret Department was then installed deep, deep, deep below 'White House North,' located in New York City, where the President lived. It was staffed with career civil servants and some fresh faces from the new President's inner-circle.
As a result of the first 'Democrat' taking office, and the contentious fight that put the first populist President in the White House, Congress formed a secret government department to ensure the new President would not be a threat to the fledgling Republic.
The new department, called the Department of Presidential Exchange, was offered up to President Jackson as a 'service' to allow him to more clearly and accurately communicate with the citizens of the country and also to foreign powers and dignitaries for whom decorum was considered sacrosanct-- young America didn't want to come off as gauche, boorish or uninformed.
This is their story. This is D.o.P.E.45