On Monday, the city of Philadelphia announced that it would move its “Trump Dance Moves” to other locations in the city, in an attempt to preserve the culture of the “Trump Show.”
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney and Philadelphia Police Commissioner Anthony Batts announced the move, which will be in effect for three months starting in July.
The move comes amid a nationwide debate over the president’s decision to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military.
“In order to preserve Philly’s cultural and political diversity, and protect our city’s LGBTQ residents from harassment, bullying, and discrimination, we are ending the Trump Show,” the mayor and police commissioner wrote on Facebook, along with a link to a petition.
The move follows Trump’s executive order that allows transgender people to use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity, which is widely seen as a move to protect LGBTQ people from harassment.
It is unclear how the move will affect the “trash-pile” of events held annually at the city’s annual Pride parade.
“We’re thrilled to have the Trump show coming back,” Mayor Kenney told the Inquirer in a statement Monday.
“Philadelphia is a diverse city that welcomes all people, regardless of race, creed, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
We will be open and welcoming to all people in our city.”
The “Trump show” is one of the largest entertainment venues in the world, attracting more than 200,000 people each year, according to its website.
It attracts celebrities and entertainment professionals from all walks of life, from musicians to comedians to political activists.
The Trump show has been held in Philadelphia since it opened in 1970.
The “Donald Trump Show” has also been held at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., since 1995, and has attracted more than 1 million visitors.
The city of New York is also exploring a move of its own to move its annual “Donald J. Trump: The Movie” to its “Donald Donald J. Trumps: The Musical” theater in the Bronx.
Trump has previously said he plans to bring back “The Trump Show.”
In February, Trump tweeted that he would return the show in 2020.