Trump Junior is headed to the Western Slope this week to talk to sportsmen and sportswomen about the great outdoors. Considering that the federal government literally controls our backyard, we are very interested in what young Donald will have to say.

Trump Junior is expected to discuss his father’s platform on policies that affect hunting, fishing, and wildlife conservation on federal lands. We also hope to hear about 2nd Amendment rights and how Hillary is undermining that constitutional guarantee, as well as government overreach on endangered species overprotection.

According to Trump Senior his Democratic opponent supports raising dealer fees from about $30 to $2,500, opposed the Supreme Court Heller decision upholding handguns as constitutional, and supports seizing firearms during state emergencies.

According to the press release on the event, which included the above photo of Junior in his hunting element, he will speak candidly about the importance of having a president who is in touch with the realities of wildlife conservation and management.

The president sets the compass for the direction of the Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service. His appointments to the heads of these agencies is critical in determining the policies that affect every aspect of hunting, fishing and wildlife conservation on our federal lands.

He will be at the Mesa County Fairgrounds on Sept. 22 at 6 p.m., and tickets are available on the “Colorado Sportsmen Make America Great” Facebook page here.