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SALT LAKE CITY — President Donald Trump's visit to Utah Monday will mark the first time Trump has visited the state since becoming the 45th President of the United States.
However, it won't be the only trip Trump has made to the Beehive State. Trump visited Utah in March 2016, when he campaigned for president at a rally held at the Infinity Event Center in Salt Lake City.
His visit will mark the 24th time a president has visited Utah while in office. In fact, all but one president (Calvin Coolidge) since 1900 have visited the state while holding office.
Here's a look back at the 23 other presidents who visited the state.
Contributing: Faith Heaton Jolley