Former Vice President Al Gore campaigned with Hillary Clinton for the first time on Tuesday in Miami, Florida.
Gore, who served as Bill Clinton’s vice president for eight years, discussed the dangers of climate change, and what is at stake in the November election.
He argued that electing her opponent Donald Trump would lead to "climate catastrophe." The event drew a crowd of around 1,600 people.
Gore shared the stage with Clinton at Miami Dade College's Kendall Campus. Click through the photo gallery to see pictures from the rally. (Getty)
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