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Cornelius Fudge's letters to Albus Dumbledore (1996)

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Cornelius Fudge: "It's very kind of you, Prime Minister, but there is nothing [you can do for me]. I was sent here tonight to bring you up to date on recent events and to introduce you to my successor. I rather thought he'd be here by now, but of course, he's very busy at the moment, with so much going on."
Portrait at 10 Downing Street: "He'll be here in a moment, he's just finishing a letter to Dumbledore."
Cornelius Fudge: "I wish him luck. I've been writing to Dumbledore twice a day for the past fortnight, but he won't budge. If he'd just been prepared to persuade the boy, I might still be… Well, maybe Scrimgeour will have more success."
Cornelius Fudge and the Portrait at 10 Downing Street.[src]

Cornelius Fudge sent around twenty-eight letters to Albus Dumbledore in 1996 between the Battle of the Department of Mysteries and his resignation as Minister for Magic, in a vain attempt to persuade him to convince Harry Potter to become the Ministry's poster boy in order for him to keep his office.[1]


Notes and references

  1. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - Chapter 1 (The Other Minister)

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