Jarvis, in the company of his Secret Service detail, appears to be in a hotel's hallway. A Secret Service agent says he'll need to sweep a room, but Jarvis says that won't be necessary. You know, the last time the Secret Service let Jarvis go off on his own, one of them got killed by an exploding van. Oh, and he confessed to being involved in a plot to kill the president, although that got hushed up. My point is that I would think they'd have orders not to allow him out of their sight for even a second.
However, he dismisses them successfully and steps into the room unguarded. And Sophia's there, waiting for him! I really think she should consider not constantly going into Washington, DC. Jarvis pulls out a gun, but she claims she'd just become a martyr for her people. What if he overpowered her and arrested her? Would that be a good compromise for him? It would sort of straddle the line between "killing the head of the alien conspiracy" and "actively helping the head of the alien conspiracy" and would probably get him back on Martinez's good side. It doesn't seem to occur to him. If he can't shoot her dead right now, he might as well talk to her. She tells him that she's bringing her people to Earth and that the human population will have to be substantially reduced to make room. As proof of her powers, she reminds him of the monument. She offers the chance for the US to be one of the countries that sticks around in the new order. But because Martinez won't listen to her, she wants to change the country's leadership. She refers to this as a "permanent solution," although I don't think it would be all that permanent to just put Jarvis in charge for the remainder of Martinez's term. Now she's whispering, possibly because she thinks it sounds cool. It doesn't. She refers to this plan as "a culmination of your lifelong devotion to this country." He's thinking about it. Just arrest her! Shout for the Secret Service to get in there and all your problems are solved!
Martinez enters his bedroom and sees his wife asleep in bed. She's wearing glasses and has some artfully displayed cleavage. He apologizes vaguely about being busy, but I think it's okay for the President of the United States to spend time on the alien invasion. They talk about Belize, which is a place they went once but didn't go around being tourists. She says that she'd seen all the sights before. He immediately pounces on a flaw in her story, since she'd allegedly never been there before. She assures him that she'd only seen pictures. And now he's picking apart the story. She said at the time that her family was there, but they never saw them. You know, he could just grab a hair from her hairbrush or something and have it tested. This is television, where DNA tests can be run on hundreds of people in a day or so. You think the people on CSI couldn't get this test done?