Daniel Crenshaw (born March 14, 1984) is an American Navy veteran, Republican Party politician, and member-elect to represent the Texas's 2nd congressional district in the United States House of Representatives.
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Meet Dan Crenshaw, a former Navy SEAL and onetime Trump critic being called a ...

Last week, Dan Crenshaw was a little-known congressional candidate from Houston and a veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Today, the former Navy SEAL with a distinctive eye patch is being lauded as a Republican rising star and a “unifier” to ...

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Washington Post

Dan Crenshaw says Pete Davidson's SNL dig 'probably helped' him win

Winning is the best revenge. After securing his congressional bid in Texas, Republican Dan Crenshaw, the former NAVY SEAL who lost an eye in Afghanistan, had a sly message for the comedian who mocked his disability. Crenshaw assured his crowd of ...

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Dan Crenshaw addresses Pete Davidson's panned 'SNL' joke during victory speech

Dan Crenshaw is having the last laugh. The former Navy SEAL elected to Texas' 2nd Congressional District Tuesday coyly mentioned a widely criticized joke from "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend. Commenting on Crenshaw's looks, comedian Pete ...

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Texas Tribune

After SNL mocks his war injury, Texas congressional candidate Dan Crenshaw ...

“This guy's kinda cool, Dan Crenshaw,” Davidson said as a picture of Crenshaw wearing an eye patch appeared on the screen. “You may be surprised to hear that he's a congressional candidate from Texas, and not a hitman in a porno movie.” After some ...

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Washington Post

Pete Davidson takes heat for SNL bit that made fun of veteran candidate who ...

“Saturday Night Live” cast member Pete Davidson is being heavily criticized for a bit on “Weekend Update” in which he made fun of GOP congressional candidate Dan Crenshaw for wearing an eye patch. Crenshaw, who is running for a seat representing ...

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