Campaign 2016 updates - Gold Star father asks Donald Trump: 'Would my son have a place in your America?' Oct. 21, 2016, 3:31 p.m. Donald Trump campaigns in North Carolina and Pennsylvania on Friday. Hillary Clinton heads to the battleground state of Ohio.Khizr Khan, father of slain Army captain,asks,...
As a Miami-area resident living just eight feet above sea level, I took particular interest in Hillary Clinton and Al Gore's climate-change rally at Miami-Dade College October 11.
In the 2000 election for president, Democrat nominee Al Gore got more popular votes for president than GOP nominee George W. Bush. However, Bush received more electoral college votes than
(Paul Mirengoff) Al Gore is back in the news. Not because of his lame appearances on the campaign trail on behalf of Hillary Clinton (imagine how unenthusiastic young voters must be about Clinton for her to think she needs a 68 year-old...Show More Summary
Here's why what Trump is saying now is different than Al Gore's 2000 recount.
JAMES TARANTO: Trump vs. Gore: The question nobody asked the 2000 loser. Let’s try a thought experiment. Suppose that during one of the October 2000 presidential debates, Vice President Al Gore had been asked the following question: “Do you make the... commitment that you’ll absolutely accept the result of the election?” Moderator […]
There’s a reasonable debate to be had about whether the media is overplaying the moment in last night’s debate when Donald Trump refused to say that he would accept the outcome of the election—the opposite of the answer he gave at the end of the first debate, when he was faring much better in polling. Show More Summary
Donald Trump has no right to compare himself to Al Gore.
Questioned last night about Trump’s refusal to say he would accept a defeat, his campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said that sometimes “we have extraordinary experiences” in elections, like the one in 2000, when Al Gore conceded on election night and then withdrew his concession. Show More Summary
Surrogates for Donald J. Trump have been trying to compare one of the more reprehensible moments of Wednesday’s debate — Trump’s refusal to say that he would accept the election results — to Al Gore’s reaction to the 2000 presidential vote count in Florida. But it’s not an apt comparison for a...
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Donald Trump earned scorn on Wednesday for declining to say during the final presidential debate whether or not he will accept the results of the November election. Clinton called Trump's refusal to do so "horrifying." Political commentators...Show More Summary
It looks like Trump's campaign manager is running out of steam in the last few weeks of this taxing and dreadfully unpleasant Presidential election. CNN's Chris Cuomo was able to demolish her assertion that Gore's challenge to the very...Show More Summary
Cleanup on Aisle D. The post Conway: Hey, did Al Gore accept the results on Election Night? appeared first on Hot Air.
A deconstruction of the latest Republican rationalization.
Most voters over the age of 25 remember the back and forth mania of the 2000 presidential election. Despite trailing Al Gore in popular votes,...
When your candidate has just made a basic assault on democracy, it’s understandable that some desperate ploys might get made in searching for an excuse. But Trump’s surrogates say the Republican presidential nominee isn’t doing anything...Show More Summary
Michael Feldman: Some people who are desperately trying to find a rationale for Mr. Trump’s comments in the 2000 election are misappropriating Al Gore's honorable act on behalf of an irresponsible one.
Trump's allies are arguing that since Gore didn't end his candidacy on Election Night 2000, it means he didn't accept the results. The truth is more complex.
The comparison does not hold up