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Video: A graceful exit

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Everybody's asking when Democrat Al Gore will concede. There's another question: How? Because if and when the time comes, Gore has to do it in a way that will preserve his political viability.

CNN Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider has the story.

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CNN's Bill Schneider says if Al Gore loses the Florida vote, exit strategy should be strong

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