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Making a Hat Fit for a President -- Again

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Making a Hat Fit for a President -- Again

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Making a Hat Fit for a President — Again

Making a Hat Fit for a President -- Again

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Trent Johnson with President Bush in 2002. Brian Larson, KUNC hide caption

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President Bush is getting a brand new cowboy hat, just in time for his second inauguration. The hat, the second to be made for Bush by Trent Johnson, is a gift from the National Cattleman's Beef Association.

Brian Larson of member station KUMC in Greeley, Colo. reports.

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