‘Designated Survivor’ Season 1 Spoilers & Updates: Aaron Shore Shocks President Kirkman; Big Changes Coming To Political Drama

Aaron Shore will do something that will shock President Tom Kirkman and viewers of "Designated Survivor" Season 1. Big changes are expected to happen in the political drama of ABC.

Adan Canto, who plays the role of Aaron Shore, said that his character needs to re-evaluate his entire life in "Designated Survivor" Season 1. "His next move is evaluating each side, evaluating the current administration, figuring out as much as he can from where he stands," he said in an interview with TV Guide.

President Tom Kirkman (Kiefer Sutherland) will be shocked as Aaron Shore resigns from his post as the White House Chief of Staff in "Designated Survivor" Season 1. Apparently, he will not be able to stay on the political side lines for long. But motivates Shore to vacate a position that others just dreamt of? Is he hiding something that the president does not know of?

The re-evaluation of Aaron Shore of his life will lead him into an interesting but dangerous situation as well. Resigning from his position as the Chief of Staff will place him in a direct opposition to the president. In the previous episodes of "Designated Survivor" Season 1, Shore did not see loyalty as something important. However, now that he has a deep respect for the president, he may have a different perspective this time.

In the last episode of "Designated Survivor" Season 1, Aaron Shore was brought in by Agent Wells because he met with Charles Langdon whom he thought was already dead. Langdon wanted immunity in exchange for information. Kirkman was initially against the idea but the agent was able to convince the president according to Entertainment Weekly.

What do you think will be Aaron Shore's next move in the upcoming episode of "Designated Survivor" Season 1? Tell us what you think and stay tuned to Enstars for the latest news and update.

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