Rep. Dan Crenshaw of Texas, a rising star in the GOP, is currently on a three-day swing through New Hampshire, the state that for a century has held the first primary in the presidential nominating calendar.
“What we’re seeing right now from the Biden administration, it’s not good for American families, it’s not good for American workers, businesses, it’s not good for our border, none of it,” Crenshaw said as he took aim at President Biden on Thursday night while headlining a New Hampshire Republican Party fundraiser that was held in the state capital city of Concord.
“The era of putting America first is apparently over,” Crenshaw, who served as a U.S. Navy SEAL officer in Afghanistan, added.
Great to see @DanCrenshawTX in the Granite State! Thank you Congressman Crenshaw for stopping by and chatting with the New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women! #nhpolitics pic.twitter.com/S1YIeliX2z
— NHFRW (@NHFRW) July 9, 2021
The fundraising dinner was the first stop for Crenshaw in New Hampshire during his trip. Also on his itinerary — he will be the special guest Friday evening at the Gold Star Family Dinner. Gold Star families consist of the spouses, children, parents, siblings or others whose loved ones died fighting during U.S. military service, and are considered a vital part of the country’s military community.
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