By Michael BoeskyPublished Aug 25, 2018 07:57:54The US President Donald Trump has launched a new rally, the “Paris Climate Rally,” to raise awareness about the global climate crisis and urge global leaders to take action on climate change.
The President said he wanted to use the rally to “get the world to join together” and to make the world “a safer place.”
The rally, scheduled for Saturday evening in Paris, will feature speakers including world leaders, and will take place in the capital’s historic Place de la Bastille.
It will be the first time a US President has used a major international event to raise funds for climate change awareness.
The event will also feature performances by world-famous artists including Florence Welch, who has been performing at the Paris climate rally.
“I want everyone to know that I am very proud to be here and to be the president of the United States of America.
And I want you to know I am doing everything in my power to make this a success,” Trump said during the announcement of the event.
In a statement, the US State Department said the event would be held in the same location where Trump has previously addressed the world.
“The President will deliver his remarks at the beginning of the rally.
The president will be joined by many other world leaders and world leaders will be joining the president on stage as well,” it read.
The rally will take in a host of famous landmarks including the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum.
The US State department says the event will draw around 200,000 people to the area.
It has previously been announced that Trump will be addressing the event from the French embassy in Washington DC.
Earlier this week, a group of scientists, scientists, and climate activists took to the streets in Paris to protest against Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement.
The Paris Climate Summit, which was launched in December last year, was hailed by scientists as an important step in curbing global warming.
The summit aims to bring together scientists, activists and business leaders to help solve the world’s most pressing problems.
The United States has been one of the leaders in the Paris negotiations to achieve a global deal to limit global warming to no more than 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.