Gore Endorses Dean's 'Outsider' Campaign Former Vice President Al Gore gives Democratic presidential hopeful Dr. Howard Dean his endorsement Tuesday. Gore's decision to support Dean, whose campaign rhetoric paints him as a Washington outsider, is expected to give Dean some "insider" clout among Democrats. In making his decision, Gore snubbed his running mate from 2000, Sen. Joe Lieberman. NPR's Robert Smith reports.
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Gore Endorses Dean's 'Outsider' Campaign

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Gore Endorses Dean's 'Outsider' Campaign

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Gore Endorses Dean's 'Outsider' Campaign

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Former Vice President Al Gore gives Democratic presidential hopeful Dr. Howard Dean his endorsement Tuesday. Gore's decision to support Dean, whose campaign rhetoric paints him as a Washington outsider, is expected to give Dean some "insider" clout among Democrats. In making his decision, Gore snubbed his running mate from 2000, Sen. Joe Lieberman. NPR's Robert Smith reports.