Bruce Wayne goes before Congress to plead for the survival of Gotham City, but there are forces allied against his cause that he cannot even imagine. "Mr. Wayne Goes to Washington" part 2.
Bruce Wayne stands before members of the senate in defense of Gotham. He uses his experiences in his narrative about the determination of the city to survive. However, the board of review points out that the city is a haven for terror and the worst kind of criminals.
Citing the decision by other companies to move out of Gotham, the board of review accuses Bruce of wanting to save his company and his assets. He's also accused of making money off the disaster from taxpayer's money. Before more questions could be asked, he decides to leave the review. Outside, he tells a reporter that he chooses to stay in Gotham because of a promise he made.