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General Hospital Spoilers: Mac Warns Valentin To Steer Clear

Valentin warns Mac

The city of Port Charles has had enough. Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) is a hurricane the people mistakenly underestimated. Now, he must be stopped before it’s too late. Mac warns Valentin to steer clear of his father because plans to take Victor down are underway.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Victor Cassadine’s reach is larger than anyone anticipated. He has spies among the DA’s office in order gets him closer to information to further benefit his plans. Victor has been able to successfully manipulate and blackmail those around him but his luck is about to take a turn. Holly Sutton (Emma Samms), Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers), snd Felicia Jones (Kristina Wagner) out-smarted Victor by faking the cabin fire. As a result of the fire and their genius work, he is scrambling to get his hands on the Ice Princess.

General Hospital previews indicate Victor’s luck takes a turn as the entire city of PC comes for him. His son Valentin is suffering ever since Victor framed Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) for shooting Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring). Robert is still the only one who knows Holly shot Lucy, leaving even Martin Gray (Michael E. Knight in the dark. Martin is distraught over Lucy’s disappearance and is determined to get answers. Valentin is doing everything in his power to help Anna, which in turn helps Martin. Mac warns Valentin abiut what’s to come in the fight to stop Victor.

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