Judson Moon, who became president at age 13, bungles his way through one year of presidency. After keeping the U.S. out of war, he resigns. This riotously funny sequel to The Kid Who Ran for President provides the reader with information about the White House and the presidency. "My fellow Americans, When I was running for President, I said you should vote for me because I didn't know anything about politics . . . or how to raise taxes . . . or how to ruin the economy. I didn't know how to get us into a war. I said you should vote for me because I didn't know anything. Well, that was two months ago, and I'm very proud to say that . . . I still don't know anything. Let's face it: I'm a kid. I'm going to need a lot of help. Here's the deal I offer America: I'll help all of you if you all help me!"