By Charlotte Alter
November 10, 2015

Former Vice President Al Gore isn’t endorsing Hillary Clinton yet for the Democratic nomination, despite the fact that Gore served two terms as Bill Clinton’s Vice President.

“It’s still too early, in my opinion, to endorse a candidate or pick a candidate,” Gore told PEOPLE in an interview. “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,”

“The election is still a full year away,” he said. “I think I’ll wait to wade into it.”

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The former Vice President, who calls himself a “recovering politician,” has become a major environmental activist in the years since he ran for President against George W. Bush in 2000.

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Write to Charlotte Alter at charlotte.alter@time.com.

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