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- n. Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948)
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When Joseph Lieberman was chosen by Al Gore to be his running mate, Rabbi Avi Shafran told the New York Times that concern about Jewish visibility in politics was “sort of hard-wired into our system, for better or worse.”
“Former Republican hopeful Steve Forbes endured numerous remarks about his blinkless stare … while Al Gore has been called ‘wooden’ so often that he probably measures himself by the board foot.”
He was very relaxed and called Al Gore several times on untruths.
The book is a campaign-trail memoir by Dana Milbank titled Smashmouth: Two Years in the Gutter With Al Gore and George W. Bush.
“You mean to tell me, Mr. Vice President,” George W. Bush said incredulously to Al Gore on election night, “you’re retracting your conces-sion?”