Al Gore was a Democratic nominee for the 2000 presidential election on August 17, 2000. Victory in the presidential election would have made Gore the first president to not be born in the 50 states, as he was born in the District of Columbia, as well as the first Democrat since the Civil War to succeed another Democrat to the Presidency by election in his own right.
Gore lost the election George Bush and it was one of the most controversial election in American history.
However, Former Vice President Al Gore was asked if he had any advice for President Donald Trump and from his well of political experience, the only advice he could pointedly give was…
“Resign,” Gore said in an interview on Thursday.
Last year, Gore visited Trump Tower after the election to discuss climate change in what he called a “productive session.”
His relationship with the president has been much less productive since.
“I went to Trump Tower after the election,” he told Stephen Colbert last month. “I thought that there was a chance he would come to his senses. But I was wrong.”