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Al Gore: Too Early to Endorse for 2016

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By    |   Wednesday, 11 Nov 2015 08:17 AM

Al Gore says it's too early to endorse anyone in the 2016 Democratic race, including Hillary Clinton.

"It's still too early, in my opinion, to endorse a candidate or pick a candidate," Gore told People magazine in an interview published Tuesday. "Everybody can look at how the presidential campaign is developing and get some pretty clear ideas about how they think it's going to turn out, but I still think it's premature," Gore continued.

Noting that the general election is still a year away, the 45th vice president of the United States under Bill Clinton added, "I think I'll wait to wade into it."

The three 2016 Democratic candidates include front-runner Hillary Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley.

Though rumors buzzed that Gore was entertaining the possibility of a Democratic White House run, Gore told People that his current focus includes environmental issues and climate change.

"I have taken no steps whatsoever in the direction of a candidacy, and my answer has been the same [for years]," he said in the interview with People. "I'm a recovering politician, and the longer I go without a relapse, the less likely one becomes."

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Al Gore says it's too early to endorse anyone in the 2016 Democratic race, including Hillary Clinton. It's still too early, in my opinion, to endorse a candidate or pick a candidate, Gore told People magazine in an interview published Tuesday. Everybody can look at how...
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