Who is al gore dating 2016
He has links to the moderate Democratic Leadership Council types who brought Bill Clinton to office.More recently, he's built strong ties with the party's progressive wing.And joke all you want about "inventing the Internet," Gore has remained engaged in tech issues, from his 2013 book to SXSW.6.The Media: Who might benefit the most from a Gorenaissance?But he's also a wealthy businessman, wealthier than Mitt Romney, able to speak the language of commerce.Ezra Klein suggests he could shift the focus of a campaign away from income inequality and toward the environment.Romney won whites by 20 percentage points in 2012 (59% to 39%).
There he is at SXSW, rubbing elbows with tech elites, hipsters, and the commerce secretary.
(For more analysis of the 2016 exit polls, see “Hillary Clinton wins Latino vote, but falls below 2012 support for Obama” and “How the faithful voted: A preliminary 2016 analysis.” For an explanation of how exit polls are conducted, see “Just how does the general election exit poll work, anyway?
” ) Women supported Clinton over Trump by 54% to 42%. By 53% to 41%, more men supported Trump than Clinton (the 12-point margin is identical to the margin by which women supported Clinton).
There's a healthy irony to the press puffing Gore up, which is that without their antipathy, he might have been president already.
As Brendan Nyhan notes, the press became convinced early in the 2000 campaign that Gore was wooden and authentic, trapping him in an impossible situation where every action he took was portrayed through that lens, as evidence of its veracity. Perhaps reporters and Gore alike are willing to let bygones be bygones—or, more to the point, let bygones be presidential candidates.
(If you feel compelled to check a calendar after that last one, I swear it really is 2015 and not 1995.)It's not bad for a dude who peaked at 10 p.m. Sure, he's had some good moments—notably the Nobel Peace Prize—but he's also had some not-so-good moments, and it's strange to see him getting so many headlines now. But that hasn't changed anytime recently—so it's not enough to explain what's happening now.2. (Livestock cultivation is terrible for the environment.) Bill Clinton is an almost-vegan.