Major is back at the White House! Major, the Bidens German Shepherd, was involved in a biting incident a few weeks ago. The Associated Press (AP) reported that Major will be back at the White House soon.
President Biden discussed the incident in an interview. He called the 3 year old rescue “a cute dog” and explained the biting incident by telling this major, “Turned a corner, there are two people he doesn’t know at all, you know, and they move and move to protect yourself. ”He added that” 85% of the people there love him “.
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Major was moved to Biden’s house in Delaware after the incident, but Biden said this was because the family was going to Delaware too. “He went home,” said Biden. “I didn’t ban him home. Jill would be gone for four days. The two of me wanted to be gone, so we took him home. “
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The President also announced that Major “is now being trained”. Major is the first rescue dog in the White House.
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