Nixon withdrew immediately and refused to challenge the results in Illinois. Gore tried to have the rules for counting votes changed in order to alter the results of the election in Florida.
Of course, there is also a lot of similarity in the way Nixon went to North Vietnam and Russia and Washington and denounced the US position in the Vietnam war the way Gore did in Saudi Arabia, and accused our soldiers of war crimes. Oh, wait, that wasn't Nixon. That was Jane Fonda in Vietnam, and that was bill clinton in Russia, and it was John Fonda Kerry that lied to the Congress about imaginary war crimes. Nixon didn't do those things after all.
The difference was that the Presidency WAS stolen from Nixon.
Looks like Morris is trying to keep his prediction accuracy rate down again.
"Gore tried to have the rules for counting votes changed in order to alter the results of the election in Florida."
And his lawyers had military absentee ballots tossed out on hyper-technicalities.
Don't bother running Al. You'll never sit in the oval office, even if elected.
Gore never withdrew. He lost in the Supreme Court of the US, and didn't oppose efforts to try and convert electors from voting for Bush to voting for him, led by the "graceful" Bob Beckel.