A cabinet meeting (or, in Hamilton, sometimes referred to as cabinet battle), is a meeting consisting mainly of the Cabinet of state/nation. Cabinet meetings are not regular, and are usually made to discuss political matters, or new ideas to be incorporated that require criticism beforehand.

Cabinet meetings can have two sides, both of which have a different viewpoint to an argument. Two examples are Cabinet Battle #1 and #2, in which the opposing sides are Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton, which in case of #1, are debating about Hamilton's financial plan.

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