ABC News’ Jennifer Duck Reports: The man who hoped to win the White House in 2000 will finally be congratulated by the man who beat him in the end. George W. Bush and Al Gore will be face-to-face at the White House on Monday, November 26th.
Awkwardly, the President and former Vice President will meet at the place where Gore once thought he had enough votes to sit — the Oval Office. Bush is expected to congratulate Gore and other US Nobel Peace Prize winners in a ceremony.
It’s no secret that President Bush doesn’t see eye-to-eye with most of Gore’s talking points on the issue of climate change.
Gore, who also narrated a documentary about global warming called "An Inconvenient Truth," shares the Peace Prize with the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.