Al Gore’s Current TV confirmed Wednesday evening that it has been sold to Al Jazeera for an estimated $400 to $500 million, with the former vice president set to pocket $100 million from the sale.
Al Jazeera, the Qatar-financed news company, is finalizing a deal to acquire Current TV, the beleaguered cable network founded by failed presidential candidate Al Gore, reports the New York Times.
The Washington Post published a lengthy story this morning detailing former Vice President Al Gore’s work in the green energy sector, cataloguing the ways in which he has benefitted from President Barack Obama’s stimulus.
The author of a study that says tax cuts on high-incomes and small businesses have little to no impact on economic growth has personally donated at least $3,400 to President Obama since 2008—a fact that the media outlets touting the study have failed to disclose.
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Former Vice President Al Gore has been exiled from the Democratic National Convention. Gore will be in New York when Barack Obama accepts his reelection bid in North Carolina.
One of President Obama’s newest campaign bundlers is a career Democratic fundraiser with a history of shady business dealings and failed political ambitions.
The former head of the Department of Energy’s controversial loan guarantee program held a high-power soiree for Al Gore while interviewing for the position, and invited two of the DOE officials interviewing him to attend, according to recently disclosed emails.