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Outdoor Gear Company Patagonia Claims Trump ‘Stole Your Land’ on Its Website

Outdoor Gear Company Patagonia Claims Trump ‘Stole Your Land’ on Its Website Today, President Trump introduced his plans to reduce the size of two national monuments by as much as 85%, but Patagonia isn't having it Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
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Patagonia: ‘The President Stole Your Land’

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Patagonia is suing the Trump Administration over its announcement that it will reverse federal protections for public lands such as those within Bears Ears National Monument. Five national monuments will see their size reduced if th...

Patagonia: 'The President Stole Your Land'

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"The President Stole Your Land," outdoor apparel firm Patagonia declared in a message on its website Monday, hours after President Trump confirmed the shrinking of two national monuments in Utah by around 2 million acres. Patagonia ...

‘The President Stole Your Land’: Patagonia blasts Trump for monuments move

US Politics / Liberal : Matthew Yglesias

On Monday night, just hours after President Donald Trump announced that he would be reducing the size of two national monuments by some 2 million acres, Patagonia’s website went dark save for a simple message in bold white lettering...

'The President Stole Your Land'

US Politics / Liberal : Drudge Retort Weblog

The outdoor outfitter Patagonia is leading an effort to oppose President Trump's unprecedented move reducing the size of two national monuments in Utah by nearly 2 million acres combined. The company's website states, "In an illegal...

Patagonia goes to war against Trump over national monument plans: 'The President Stole Your Land'

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Clothing company Patagonia has has attacked President Donald Trump's decision to drastically reduce the size of two national monuments. It says it plans to sue, and is telling visitors to its website: "The President Stole Your Land....

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