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                                            Today@VOA                                                                                                   No.838 
"On December 13, 2000, then Vice President Al Gore concedes defeat to then Texas Governor George W. Bush in in the 2000 presidential election." 
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On This Day in American History
On December 13, 2000, then Vice President Al Gore concedes defeat to then Texas Governor George W. Bush in in the 2000 presidential election. The concession came after weeks of legal wrangling and vote recounts in the crucial swing state of Florida. The Supreme Court ultimately ruled against Gore’s desire to continue vote recounting, effectively giving Bush Florida’s electoral votes and the presidency. During Gore’s televised concession speech, he said he disagreed with the court’s ruling but would accept it.