02:59 — As with former Vice President Al Gore, many democrats whisper that they like former Sec. Hillary Clinton, but they don't love her.
06:01 — At a Mexican restaurant, President-elect George Bush and Al Gore meet in private to discuss the election results and Bush's plans for his presidency.
06:01 — Vice President Al Gore and George W. Bush realize their only chance at becoming president is to use gene-splicing to create the ultimate candidate.
05:56 — On Hardball, Trent Lott shares his racist views, Amy Sanborn makes the Democrats look bad and Al Sharpton gets angrier than host Chris Matthews.
01:29 — Could Al Gore possibly be considering a bid for the presidency in 2016? Ayman Mohyeldin reports.
05:34 — President Bush meets with members of his administration to discuss how to deal with Saddam Hussein, before being interrupted by a call from Al Gore.
03:29 — Jimmy pens thank you notes to Ben Carson's painting of him and Jesus, acorns and other things.
02:28 — The host of Meet the Press tells TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie that presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders’ rising polls and Hillary Clinton’s continuing emai (more…)
03:22 — Backstage at SNL, host Al Gore worries where his wife Tipper could be. When she shows up, Al passionately kisses her until she begins to suffocate.
10:24 — The former vice president sits down for an exclusive interview on the climate, his activism, and the 2016 presidential race.
01:50 — Tony Dokoupil walks us through why the event 'Live Earth' went from being a massive concert end up being a webcast.
04:24 — Msnbc political analyst Ron Reagan joins Frances Rivera to discuss the latest reports that Al Gore is expressing interest in a 2016 presidential run.
08:17 — The former vice president talks about the only party in the world that doesn't accept climate science - America's Republican party.
06:26 — NBC's Tom Brokaw goes live to president-elect George W. Bush as he reads a statement on his election win, then Al Gore shows up to speak with Bush.
07:21 — Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone talk about how this episode was inspired by the 2000 election between George Bush and Al Gore.
03:42 — It’s been 10 years since the debut of “An Inconvenient Truth,” the documentary about Al Gore’s global warming education campaign.
03:03 — In 1988, New York was home to an ugly, three-way primary fight between Democrats Al Gore, Jesse Jackson and Michael Dukakis.
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