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Re: Joe

I was thinking he might get a little sympathy boost out of this–Matt Lauer nearly hugged him on Today–but I think Gore effectively ended the Lieberman sympathy tour with his war comments. I don’t think Gore will need to publicly rethink his veep choice at this point, except in a Babs Walter interview about how hard it was to know he might hurt his old friend Joe’s feelings. Lieberman has been on his way out since he got into the race, and I suspect we’ll see him dropping out shortly.

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