The White House Bids Farewell to President Biden German Shepherd named Commander
Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist / Political Candidate
White House Bids Farewell to President Biden German Shepherd named Commander
In a rather unfortunate development, Commander, President Biden’s German shepherd, has bid farewell to the White House grounds following a series of aggressive incidents, including multiple biting episodes involving both staff members and Secret Service personnel.
The Intricate Details: The most recent incident involved Commander biting a Secret Service agent, marking the 11th recorded biting incident. It’s important to note that, as reported by CNN, there may be many more unrecorded biting incidents.
A Painful Bite: Going back to November 3, 2022, Commander’s bite was so severe that it necessitated hospital treatment for the injured Secret Service agent.
Adding to a Troubled History: This isn’t the first time the Bidens have grappled with canine-related issues. Their previous dog, Major, exhibited aggressive behavior and was subsequently relocated to reside with friends in Delaware.
The Perspective from the Biden Administration: Jill Biden’s communication director conveyed the administration’s concern for the safety of White House staff and those tasked with their protection. She stated, “The President and First Lady care deeply about the safety of those who work at the White House and those who protect them every day.”
Taking a Wider View: It is crucial to recognize that the responsibility ultimately falls upon the Bidens themselves. Whether it’s addressing the challenges posed by an individual like Hunter Biden or managing the behavior of their pets, there’s a common denominator at play: the influence of Joe and Jill Biden in their upbringing and care.