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'Other protesters outside the state capitol yelled 'F**k you Trump!
So important for states' rights and so important for the people of Utah.' Trump commented Monday as he left the White House for a trip to Salt Lake City.Trump shrunk Bears Ears by nearly 85 percent and reduce Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument by almost half.The plan would cut the total amount of land in the state's red rock country protected under monument status from more than 3.2 million acres (5,000 square miles) to about 1.2 million acres (1,875 square miles). Martin Heinrich, a New Mexico Democrat, said after Trump's speech that his decision 'tears at the heart of America's conservation legacy and is a direct assault on sacred lands and tribal sovereignty.''President Trump has denied future generations the opportunity to learn about the past and explore the remote mesas and canyons that have inspired visitors and inhabitants, dating back thousands of years,' he claimed.'I'm confident that this shameful action will rightly face the same types of legal challenges as others pushed through by a White House hell-bent on appeasing a few extreme interests at the expense of the interests and values of the American people,' Heinrich added.The President called it an 'important move for states' rights', but Patagonia bit back, accusing him of stealing land.
The company's website was emblazoned with a striking message in the aftermath of the Trump's move - The President Stole Your Land.Bears Ears, a more than 1.3 million-acre site in southeastern Utah that features thousands of Native American artifacts, including ancient cliff dwellings and petroglyphs, is to be slashed by 85 per cent A statement on Patagonia's site, which was attempting to garner support to help sue the White House, read: 'In an illegal move, the President just reduced the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments.