One day, you could find yourself in Utah, with Google Maps directing you to take the Donald J. Trump Utah National Parks Highway, before getting off on the Stormy Daniels rampway.
State Rep. Mike Noel (R) has introduced a bill that would rename the Utah National Parks Highway in honor of Trump, as a way of thanking him for dramatically shrinking the size of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. If the bill passes, it would cost $124,000 to change 62 different signs along the highway, the Deseret News reports. Another Republican, Rep. Susan Duckworth, has thrown a wrench in his plan, coming up with her own bill that would rename the highway in memory of the late industrialist and philanthropist Jon M. Huntsman Sr.
Should Noel's bill make it to the state Senate, Sen. Jim Dabakis (D) said he will present an amendment to name a frontage road that runs alongside the highway the "Stormy Daniels rampway," in honor of the adult film star who says she had an intimate relationship with Trump, and was paid hush money to keep the affair under wraps. Don't expect to go barreling down the Trump highway anytime soon — Utah Gov. Gary Herbert (R) said "it's a little premature to me from the standpoint of doing it," and pointed out the Utah tradition of naming roads and buildings after people who are dead or no longer in office.