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Harry Reid’s poor, busted face looks worse than we thought
This former boxer has never looked quite so beaten up.
The 114th Congress kicked off today, but there was at least one notable absence: Outgoing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), who is at home recovering from a concussion he suffered earlier this month.
Not one to shrink from the spotlight, even when on doctor’s orders for rest, Reid recorded a YouTube video telling constituents that he was talking with Democratic leadership every day.
In the video, Reid mentions his days as a former boxer and says he’s never looked quite as beaten up as he does today.
Reid fell and hurt himself on Jan. 2 during an exercise session at his home. He was rushed to the hospital after a piece of exercise equipment snapped. Doctors said he broke “a number of ribs and bones in his face.”
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