Photos: Daschle at Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation

Former Sen. Tom Daschle (D-South Dakota) visited the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation on Sunday, April 3, where he was honored by the tribe and made an honorary tribal member.

During the visit, the former senate leader was presented with a star quilt and a tribal identification card. "The people of Cheyenne River were very honored to have him here and told him they would continue to support him in whatever he decides to do," the office of Chairman Harold Frazier said.

The tribe's press office provided the following photos from the visit.

Tom Daschle and cake with tribal flag.

Tom Daschle greets young tribal member.

Tom Daschle and tribal chairman Harold Frazier.

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