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Cheney vs. Lieberman: The 2000 vice presidential debate

PBS, 26 Sep 2020
The 2000 presidential election cycle featured Texas Gov. George W. Bush, the Republican nominee, and Vice President Al Gore, the Democratic nominee. The vice presidential debate consisted of former Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney, a Republican, and Sen. Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut, a Democrat.

The vice presidential debate was a 90-minute discussion on domestic and foregn policy topics. Moderated by Bernard Shaw of CNN, it took place on October 5, 2000, in Danville, Kentucky.

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