December 14th, “No, I’m not sorry.” Al Gore, former vice president of the United States and former Democratic presidential candidate, talked about the U.S. election in an interview with CNN on the 13th.
When asked if he had any regrets about admitting defeat 20 years ago, he gave a denial.
In an interview, Gore called on those who still support incumbent Trump’s reelection to give up their struggles and encouraged them to put the country first.
He also hopes that the Electoral College vote will be a turning point, prompting those who are still struggling to overthrow the election results to give up.”
Many conservative and Republican legal scholars described the lawsuit brought by the Trump team as absurd and incomprehensible, but the Supreme Court dismissed the lawsuit. In this way, the lawsuit has got the due result. Gore said.
“Winston Churchill once said that Americans usually do the right thing after trying everything possible.
After the Supreme Court makes a final decision, they have no other choice.” Gore said, “There is no intermediate step between the final decision of the Supreme Court on the election results and the violent revolution.
Those who discuss continuing to fight after the battle lack respect for American democracy.