The Doctor and Amy arrived at the TARDIS and he put the key in the door turning the lock and opening it. He saw CHRIS and the creatures coming towards them and sighed.

"I'm sorry." He said to everyone of the creatures there while glaring at CHRIS as he stepped inside the TARDIS and closed the door.

He ran over to the central console and began playing with controls. He whooped with joy as the engines roared to life. He danced around it, playing with controls.

"Amy, I want you to wait in here." He said, turning to Amy as the engines stopped and he walked to the door of the TARDIS.

"Why?" She asked "What's out there?"

"If I got it right, maybe men with guns." He said "If I got it wrong, I have no idea. Either way, you're safer in the TARDIS."

"But I want to go with you." Amy said.

"This is not a request, this is me saying do it." The Doctor said "When I say do something, if you want to survive, you do it. I thought you understood that by now."

"Fineā€¦" Amy said as he walked out of the door.

The Doctor turned the key in the lock once he was outside. No doubt Amy would give him hell for locking her in, but it was safer in there. He looked around, seeing the well decorated office with the doors decorated as part of the walls. He looked at the desk and saw a well dressed man in his late fifties stood there.

"President Johnson." The Doctor said coldly "I'm the Doctor."

"I figured as much by the entrance." Johnson replied "Guessing I can't buy it from you?"

"No way." The Doctor said "I know you; you're desperate for power, and the TARDIS is pretty much power incarnate. Why would I give it to a homicidal maniac?"

"I don't know what you mean." Johnson said, smirking slightly sadistically "Doctor, before you come in here and make accusations, make sure you know facts."

"I do." The Doctor said "If you know my name, you know who I am. I'm a Time Lord, and that means I know what you've done, what you will do, and I know you'll be responsible, albeit indirectly, for one of the biggest conflicts in the history of this Galaxy."

"We are American." Johnson said "We can not be defeated!"

"Yes, you can!" The Doctor spat "And it will cost billions of lives, not just American, not just Human, but so many lives, and all because of your desire to see you and your nation controlling everything."

"America is superior!" Johnson said "We have a right to control."

"Another man once said that about the country he controlled." The Doctor said "His name was Hitler, and he caused the greatest war that Humanity has seen to this date, and all because of his lust for power! That's what you are, Johnson; you're this generation's Hitler."

"I'd be careful, Doctor." Johnson replied "If you're not careful, I might just have you executed."

"You've just proven my point, and as for executing me, you can't, I'm outside any system on this planet." The Doctor said, scowling "There's nothing you can do to me."

"What about your friends?" Johnson replied "I believe there are two people working with the UNIT staff here right now; a Mr. Mickey Smith and Mrs. Martha Smith, formerly Martha Jones. What do you think would happen were they found to be stealing government secrets?"

"You touch them," The Doctor said "and I swear, there will be nowhere in all of creation that's safe for you."

"Is that a threat, Doctor?" Johnson asked with a smirk.

"No, it's a promise." The Doctor said, before smirking back "I'll see you around."

Before Johnson got a word in, the Doctor went back to the TARDIS door and unlocked it, going inside and closing the door behind him. He walked up to the TARDIS console and began playing with controls.

"Right, we can go now." He said as he played with the controls "Just had to have some words with the guy in charge."

"Who was it?" Amy asked.

"The President of the United States." The Doctor replied "Not Obama before you say, he was good. The new guy, not so much."

"Why, what's wrong with him?" Amy said, curious.

"Well, for lack of a better description, he's this generation's Hitler." The Doctor said "He's destined to cause, through people who follow his beliefs, the first Galactic war."

"What?" Amy said "Can't you stop it."

"No." The Doctor said "It's a fixed point in time and space, it has to happen, unfortunately."

"Why?" She asked.

"Because it does." The Doctor said, looking back to the console and beginning to dance around it, pressing buttons and pulling levers "Rightio, back to the trip, the open road. Let's go."