Then Leo encounters Josh, and they're talking about a bunch of Cubans who are trying to smuggle themselves into the country in fishing boats, which Josh says is a charitable word for what they're travelling in, when a more accurate word is "rafts" or even "fruit baskets." Josh suggests that they report that there may be drug smuggling involved so that they can justify going out "to search them with guns and blankets." From this, we are to understand that Josh is a Caring Person. Then Leo upbraids Josh for going off on the Religious Right while on some political debate show that may or may not exist in real life. We're to understand that Josh has upset the delicate relationship the Prez has with religious fundamentalists by upsetting Reverend Al Caldwell, and his associates John Van Dyke and Mary Marsh.
Then Leo goes into the Oval Office, where he upsets the Prez's secretary by pointing out that "Your president is a klutz," which apparently is not an appropriate thing to say in the Oval Office. I note this for future reference. Leo heads back down the hall.
Note to Leo: Make sure your shoes have good support for all this walking.
Then C.J. and Leo confabulate about how C.J. is going to deal with the press in telling them about the President's bike accident, which was caused by riding into a tree. C.J. wants a more dignified tack. Leo offers, "The President, while riding his bike on vacation in Jackson Hole, came to a sudden arboreal stop," which is a pretty funny thing to say.
Then everyone's gathered in what I assume is Leo's office, or else it's a meeting room of some sort, and they're discussing the issues of the day. Josh is talking about the Cubans again, complaining about the U.S.'s lack of action: "If one of these guys could throw a split-finger fastball, we'd send in the USS Eisenhower." C.J. counters, "That's not entirely true," which is a well-crafted sentence if ever I heard one. Everyone debates some more, essentially all agreeing that the situation sucks, but deciding to watch the situation for new developments, which I'm sure the Cubans really appreciate.