The furriest face in the crowd at President Donald Trump’s Congressional address on Tuesday night will probably belong to a Montgomery County resident.

James, a service dog trained through a local nonprofit, was invited by U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin to come with his owner to Capitol Hill for the evening speech. Sgt. Matt Moores of Darnestown suffered a traumatic brain injury during a combat operation in Afghanistan and later medically retired. James, who was given to Moores in October 2016, is a graduate of the Warrior Canine Connection, an organization that serves wounded veterans at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda.

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