January 1, 2007
With impeachment hearings scheduled to be underway for both President Bush and Vice President Cheney, both decide to resign to avoid being convicted by the senate.
January 2, 2007
Bush announces his resignation in the morning.
January 3, 2007
Cheney confirms his resignation at George Bush's Ranch in Crawford, TX.
Nancy Pelosi is sworn in as our nation's 44th president, and as the first woman president. She is very liberal, so she immediately names the more-moderate Senator Hillary Clinton as her Vice Presidential choice.
January 7, 2007
Vice President Hillary Clinton is confirmed easily.
January 9, 2007
President Pelosi: "At this time, there will be no presidential pardon for either Bush or Cheney. We need to begin to heal the deep divide this country faces and I will leave the possibility of a pardon up to a later administration to decide."
January 11, 2007
President Pelosi begins making plans for an organized, phased withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. Acting on the advice of Vice President Clinton, she will not withdraw completely but will leave several thousand to keep peace and order and to train Iraqis.
January 25, 2007
Vice President Clinton and Secretary of State Biden make a diplomatic trip to Iran and meet with President Ahmadinajehad. The meeting goes well, and the U.S. group reports "guarded optimism".
February 16, 2007
Iran agrees to suspend their program of enriching uranium. However, they insist that it was only for energy use and expect the United States to provide them with $10 Billion in aid to help create a better energy policy. The American public is divided on whether to accept this. Conservatives such as O'Reilly and Hannity call it "bribery" while liberals say it is a logical thing to do as long as Iran keeps their word.
February 20, 2007
Rush Limbaugh is voted Keith Olbermann's "Worst Person in the World" because of Limbaugh's statement that we are "bribing ourselves out of nuclear war". "So what are you saying?" Keith Olbermann says, "Are you saying, Rush, that a nuclear war is preferable? Rush I'm-a-nuclear-war-hawk Libaugh, today's worst person in the world." Meanwhile, Pelosi's first apporval rating is out, which shows her at exactly 50 percent. (NOTE: the show "Countdown with Keith Olbermann" on MSNBC is still very much the same ATL as in OTL.)
March 1, 2007
The measure is passed in both houses by a very slim margin, but only after the provision is added that Iran agrees to monthly inspections.
April 2, 2007
The first inspections show that Iran is keeping its word.
November 4, 2008
Pelosi/Clinton wins to McCain/Romney by 329 electoral votes to 209.