WASHINGTON (AFP) — Former US vice president Al Gore will make a triumphant return to the White House on November 26 when US President George W. Bush honors US Nobel Prize winners, a Bush spokesman said Friday.
It will be Gore's first time visiting Bush at the White House since the Republican took office in January 2001 after the flawed 2000 election pitting them against each other ended with a controversial US Supreme Court ruling.
White House spokesman Tony Fratto said Gore would be part of a group of five US Nobel laureates that Bush will welcome into the Oval Office.
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The body language for this meeting should be priceless:
Posted by Steve V at 6:30 PM
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"Hey, aren't you the guy who won the 2000 election?"
"Hi, I'm Al Gore. I used to be the next President of the United States."
"What? I spend seven years in a war for freedom and they give the prize to Earth Boy?"
Too sweet by a half...thx Steve for bringing this to our attention.
If gore doesn't mention Manbearpig, I'll be deeply hurt.
Bush illegally won an election, has destroyed is country pretty much and has no respect.
Gore, who I believe won the election, has respect, has worked very hard for something he believes in, can't take blame for the mess the country is in - and the WINNER as best person is AL GORE.
I hope he smirks at Bush.
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