"I think they'll give me a detention but it'll be worth it."
The former vice president also suggested a future leader would get the U.S. back into the Paris climate agreement.
"My experience of political change is it comes about when you've got a good cause well pursued," Tony Blair told survivors of the Florida school shooting.
Gore spoke during the ninth annual National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas.
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"My conversations with Donald Trump continued after he went into the White House, and I had reasons to believe he would stay in the Paris agreement," Al Gore said.
The former vice president is the same smart, warm guide that he was in 'An Inconvenient Truth,' but the political divide has only gotten worse since 2006.
The former VP suggested Trump had left the U.S. isolated with his Paris climate pact decision.
The Terminator star warned Trump: "One man can't go back in time," joking "Only I can do that."
Trump's transition team doubles down on Taiwan call, terming it a "courtesy."
Victor Davis Hanson writes that to glimpse our next generation of elites, look at the Goldman Sachs interns and the junior faculty at Harvard.
Social Security and Medicare are props in the relentless morality play about big government's supposed fecklessness.
American politics has seen long, drawn-out elections decided by another branch of government in the past.
West Virginia has turned bright red. Is it a harbinger or an outlier?
The roots of the current encryption debate go back a generation earlier, to the 1990s.
We've been waiting years for this moment, says Ken Berlin, president of Al Gore's Climate Reality Project. Let's make it count.
Guests include Elton John, Jon Bon Jovi, Florence + The Machine, Morgan Freeman and Ryan Reynolds.
After long internal debate, the vice president forgoes a late start.
"Tasteless, graphic and gratuitously sexual songs saturate the airwaves and filter into our homes," Newsweek reported in 1985.
The inside story of the culture wars that took rock and roll to court 30 years ago.