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Gore Goes Crying to Liberal Media Again

Wednesday, 29 November 2000 12:00 AM

In a taped interview on NBC's "Today" show, Gore told reporter Claire Shipman, "I certainly believe that I won this election," although he admitted "there's considerable doubt about that."

NBC, of course, is the network that refused to air a speech by President-elect Bush on Sunday night but has repeatedly given Gore air time.

As usual, Gore made no mention of Democrat efforts to exclude the military vote and Democrat vote fraud nationwide on Election Day. Instead he merely repeated many of the things he has said before:

Asked if the Gore campaign was cherry-picking for votes in heavily Democrat counties, Gore said he did not agree.

He said he thought the courts would rule in his favor: that the manual recounts should be finished and included in the final vote totals.

Gore said that after the rigors of the campaign trail, it was nice to spend a lot of time with his family and be able to sleep in the same bed every night. For the record, he says he was "sleeping like a baby."

"I'm not tortured by what-ifs at all. In fact, I believe we're going to win this election." He put the odds at 50-50.

Gore hasn't given much thought to what he'll do if he doesn't win the election, he said.

"But the first thing I would do is turn my attention to trying to help Gov. Bush unify the country behind his leadership and make sure that there was no question about the legitimacy of his win. That's one of the reasons I'm focused now on this insistence that every vote be counted."

He said he was sure that his family and the Bush family were going through the same ordeal, "in being prepared to win [and] being sort of prepared, if it didn't go the right way, to deal with that."

Gore described his legal challenge in Florida as "a test of our democratic principles. Will we count all the votes or not? Or will we allow those who are in charge of the electoral machinery to simply set aside thousands of votes that might determine the outcome?"

Gore refused to say whether he would consider running for president again in 2004. He said he wanted to get the 2000 election over with first.

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