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The Florida Recount: Gore Camp Believes They Can Win on Recount Alone

Aired November 10, 2000 - 2:13 p.m. ET

THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED.

NATALIE ALLEN, CNN ANCHOR: The vice president and his top aides have moved their operations back to Washington.

And where Al Gore goes, our Jonathan Karl also goes.

Moments ago, Jonathan, we heard from his campaign manager. Any comment from the candidate yet?

JONATHAN KARL, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Nothing from the candidate yet. He's had no public schedule, although tonight he does have an awards dinner for his son Albert, a high school football player, and we expect to at least see some pictures of the vice president today, but keeping a very low profile.

And Jeanne talked about how the tone had changed over in Austin with the Bush campaign offering a more conciliatory tone. You see the same thing over here with the Gore campaign. Down in Nashville, when you heard from Warren Christopher and Bill Daley about the recount process down there, there was a real effort to tone down the rhetoric and to take back -- not to criticize so directly what was going on in the Bush campaign.

You heard words out of Secretary Christopher, words like, we're going to proceed in careful and lawful way. Christopher was also talking about how he had met with James Baker, reminding everybody that they're both former secretaries of state; and although they come from a different perspective on this issue, he said they would be able to work together on this.

That said, the Gore campaign is not backing down on any of it's issues. In fact, it points out there are three counties that will be revoting by hand now in Florida. In addition to Palm Beach County, Volusia and Broward have agreed to have recounts by hand. The Gore campaign believes that when those recounts are done, combined with the overseas ballots that are coming in there's a very good chance that Al Gore may, in fact, when the recount is finally done, emerge as the winner in Florida before there is any legal action taken -- Natalie.

ALLEN: All right, Jonathan Karl with the Gore camp, now in Washington.

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