Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw debuts new eye patch during SOTU

Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw debuts new eye patch during SOTU
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Newly elected Republican congressman Dan Crenshaw was spotted at the State of the Union. He debuted his new eye patch.

WASHINGTON D.C. -- Newly elected Republican congressman Dan Crenshaw was spotted at the State of the Union. He debuted his new eye patch.

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Crenshaw posted a close up picture on Twitter. It looks to be made out of wood and has a Navy SEAL trident. Crenshaw is a former Navy SEAL.

Dan Crenshaw replaced outgoing Republican Rep. Ted Poe in U.S. House District 2 in January. He became Texas' youngest congressional representative.

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