Al Gore is a busy man. This week the former vice-president, presidential candidate, and environment advocate has been busy promoting his “24 Hours Of Reality” program, which promises to show “the road forward” on climate change. “The time for talk is over,” goes Gore’s pitch for the livestream, which launches December 5. Meanwhile, the last 24 hours of Al Gore’s IRL reality included not just promoting his program.
Gore also tweeted encouragement and congratulations to the Standing Rock Sioux and their fellow protestors, declaring “Major victory for Standing Rock Sioux” against the proposed pipeline. Oh, and Gore also found time to meet with President-elect Donald Trump, calling the meeting “a sincere search for areas of common ground.”
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Major victory for Standing Rock Sioux & all other water protectors who joined them. Congrats!
— Al Gore (@algore) December 5, 2016