^ It wouldn't make sense for him to be the mole. When he's trying to contact the First Gentleman's secret service guy, why act so oblivious to what's going on when no one else is looking?
Then again, 24 did make Charles Logan the bad guy out of nowhere, completely contradicting everything that took place beforehand.
This has got to be Bob Gunton's easiest paycheck. One-dimensional character who's in workplace mode, no personal life shown (yet -- maybe he has a crack whore daughter who needs a fix and her pimp wants to steal his key card), and he just repeats himself every episode.