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@KutuluMike has the answer you were probably looking for, however a later video implies that your question is a lot deeper than you realize. Check out All Hail the King. That was a short released by Marvel after Iron Man 3, and implies that The Mandarin is in fact not Killian, but someone else (perhaps closer to the comic book rendition of the Mandarin?)....


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The remainder of the movie makes it clear that he's talking about the Vice President. However, the VP is not Killian's boss, he's Killian's "patron". Killian is actually calling the shots, and the VP acting as a "puppet leader" on his behalf. You'll note that, when Rhodes tries to warn the White House that someone is going to try to abduct the president, he ...


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To provide actual evidence, earlier in the film, first there is the voicemail that Tony leaves for Pepper: [Back at Tony's house, which is now surrounded by emergency rescue and news reporters, Pepper stands alone and looks at one of Tony's shattered Iron Man helmets, she notices a red flashing light inside the helmet and as she puts the helmet on she ...



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