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Former VP Gives Blunt Advice to Donald Trump After Week of Scandal

Former Vice President Al Gore called on President Donald Trump to walk away from the White House Friday, while promoting his documentary An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.

When asked by a reporter for the U.K.-based website LADbible if he had any advice for Trump, Gore just gave a simple one-word response.

“Resign,” Gore said.

The comment comes over a week after Gore told an audience at a screening in Germany for his climate-change documentary that Trump’s presidency could be over before his term expires.

“We´re only six months into the experiment with Trump. Some experiments are ended early for ethical reasons,” Gore said Aug. 8, prompting a laugh from his audience.

“We can win this… All we need is the political will,” he said, expressing his hope for a change in leadership.

A longtime critic of Trump, Gore was particularly vocal in his opposition to the president after Trump’s decision earlier this year to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement.

Gore believes Trump’s decision to withdraw has actually motivated private companies and local politicians to step up and “fill the gap.”

“The entire world, the next day, re-doubled their commitments to the Paris agreement and in the U.S,” Gore told Reuters.

“The governors of our largest states and hundreds of mayors, thousands of business leaders all stood up to fill the gap and said ‘We are still in the Paris agreement,’” he added.

As a result, Gore said Trump’s decision to withdraw may be a plus for climate change.

“I do think that the reaction to Donald Trump is actually driving much more momentum in the climate movement,” Gore said.

Although the former vice president opposes the U.S. withdrawal, conservatives would point out that voluntary concessions by businesses and local governments is preferable to heavy-handed environmental regulation.

Gore turned to environmental activism not long after his presidential bid against President George W. Bush in 2000, and has invested himself heavily in marketing the climate-change theory.

Gore has traveled the globe, lobbying for increased climate regulations and his first documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, won an Oscar in 2006.