Former Vice President Al Gore has been mostly forgotten by the public since he won a Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 for a Microsoft Powerpoint presentation he made about the dangers of climate change. But Gore resurfaced at the Xfinity Center in College Park, Maryland this weekend to deliver a commencement address that included some well-placed criticism about President Trump. While he resisted referring to Trump by name until the final section of the speech – beginning roughly 19 minutes in – when he did, he implored students to do everything they could to vote President Donald Trump out of office – or cut his administration short by another means. He also urged the graduates in the audience to prove the stereotype that younger people are less engaged wrong, according to the Baltimore Sun. But at its heart, his speech was political. The Democrat who served with President Bill Clinton urged the audience of early 20-somethings to prove wrong the statistics showing their demographic votes in smaller numbers than older citizens. Al Gore Urges Maryland Graduates To Vote Trump Out Of Office

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