What U.S. presidents have said about Utah

Theodore Roosevelt took a swim in the Great Salt Lake. Warren G. Harding made a journey to southern Utah by train and then spent an additional four hours in a car just to go horseback riding in Zion National Park.

George Bush Sr. popped in on a Mormon Tabernacle Choir performance while on official business to Utah.

Utah has often made a positive impression on U.S. presidents, and September and October are the months that most presidents have made their visits to Utah, mainly because of the election season.

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