“So you’re selling this television network to a gas- and oil-supported emirate,” the host said. “Isn’t that one of the problems with global warming, our dependence on petroleum-producing countries?”
“Yes, it is,” Mr. Gore replied.
“I think I understand what you’re getting at, Dave,” the former vice president replied, “but I disagree with it.”
“I get the criticism, I just disagree with it because this network has established itself. It’s objective. It has won major awards around the world, and its climate coverage, as I said a moment ago, has been outstanding and extensive,” Mr. Gore said.
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