Saturday, January 22, 2005 writes:
[Bush] received 50.8 percent of the ballots to Democrat John Kerry's 48.3 percent. Despite that narrow margin, Bush said his victory means he has the public's trust. "America's elected leaders derive their authority from the consent of the American people whom we serve," he said.

Bush didn't receive a majority vote in the 2000 election. Did he just admit that his first term wasn't legitimate?

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