From 60 Minutes:
"We were with you in the San Jose Airport. And a man came over to you and he says 'Who are you supporting, Obama or Hillary? Who are you supporting? Who are you supporting?'" Stahl asked.
Gore's response to the man? "Uh ha."
"So, let me ask you. Who are you supporting?" Stahl asked.
"I'm tryin' to stay out of it," Gore replied.
Getting Al Gore to talk about politics these days is hard work. But as a party leader and uncommitted superdelegate, his staying "out of it" isn't easy.
"Are they calling you every minute?" Stahl asked.
"Not every minute," Gore said.
"No? Lotta pressure though, I'll bet," Stahl remarked.
"We unplugged the phones for this interview, so I can't say with authority. But no, everyone -- they both call. And I appreciate that fact," Gore replied.
"And what about the idea of the honest broker who goes to the two candidates and helps push one or the other of them off to the side?" Stahl asked.
"Yeah, kind of a modern Boss Tweed," Gore remarked.
"Except his name would be Al Gore," Stahl said.
"Well, I'm not applying for the job of broker," Gore replied, laughing.
He's not ruling it out, but he says he already has a job, as he puts it, "P.R." agent for the planet.
Gore today launches a $300 million "commercial-scale" campaign called We Can Solve It.
Here's its first television ad: