SINGAPORE (AP) Al Gore seems to be slamming the door on another try for the White House, at least for now.
The former vice president told reporters on the sidelines of a business forum in Singapore that he is young enough to get back into politics but has ``no plan'' to run in the 2008 presidential election. Gore is 59.
Gore says what he wants to do is get all the candidates talking about climate change. So far, he says, not a single one of them is making it a priority.
Gore lost the 2000 presidential election to George Bush despite winning the popular vote.
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