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  • “Texas is the greatest state in America.”

    Texas pride shone bright at the Black Tie and Boots Inaugural ball just outside Washington, D.C. on January 19th, the day before Donald Trump was sworn in as President of the United States. With all the boots, line dancing and good music made guests feel as if they weren't half a nation away from the Lone Star State.

Texas pride shone bright at the Black Tie and Boots Inaugural ball just outside Washington, D.C. on January 19th, the day before Donald Trump was sworn in as President of the United States. With all the boots, line dancing and good music made guests feel as if they weren't half a nation away from the Lone Star State. Natalie Fertig McClatchy
Texas pride shone bright at the Black Tie and Boots Inaugural ball just outside Washington, D.C. on January 19th, the day before Donald Trump was sworn in as President of the United States. With all the boots, line dancing and good music made guests feel as if they weren't half a nation away from the Lone Star State. Natalie Fertig McClatchy

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