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Has Post-election Problems Weakened the Presidency?

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Has Post-election Problems Weakened the Presidency?

Has Post-election Problems Weakened the Presidency?

Has Post-election Problems Weakened the Presidency?

Only Available in Archive Formats.

GUESTS: TBA Al Gore and George W. Bush appear to be ready to battle to the bitter end over the question of who will be the next president. But regardless of which man ultimately wins, what will be the state of the office that he inherits? Has the post-election political and legal struggle further weakened the office of the Presidency? Join Juan Williams on Talk of the Nation, Thanksgiving Day, from NPR news.

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