EXCLUSIVE: Campbell Live interview with Al Gore on US elections
Friday 12 Oct 2012 4:48 p.m.
The US election is less than four weeks away and it’s close.
The would-be vice-presidents debated today in a testy affair where Republican candidate Paul Ryan attacked, and Democratic candidate Joe Biden laughed in his face.
In New Zealand today was a man who's been there himself - Al Gore – who was vice-president twice, under Bill Clinton.
He then ran for president himself against George W. Bush in the 2000 presidential election and despite getting half a million more votes, he lost - somewhat controversially and somewhat infamously.
Mr Gore is in Auckland tonight to speak about leadership, innovation, sustainability, reinvention and the challenges facing global economies and businesses.
Watch the video to see John Campbell’s interview.