Biden’s dog bites another White House employee
UPDATED 8:05 PM PT – Tuesday, March 30, 202
Joe Biden is taking heat after his dog bit another White House employee.
Reports on Tuesday found a National Park Service employee required medical attention after being bitten by Major on White House grounds earlier this week. This is the second such incident in the past few weeks, reinforcing calls for Biden’s dog to be relocated.
First Dogs Beat. Thanks to our pool colleagues waiting for the president for this new photo of Major Biden (and a staffer) enjoying the dog park known as the White House South Lawn. pic.twitter.com/3phZxj17nF
— Kelly O’Donnell (@KellyO) March 29, 2021
Biden previously downplayed the dog’s behavior, saying he was protecting him from the Secret Service.
“You turn a corner, and there’s two people you don’t know at all, and he moves to protect,” Biden said. “But he’s a sweet dog.”
Jill Biden said the three-year-old German shepherd is just adjusting to his new surroundings.
It is unclear whether Major will be sent to Delaware as he was following the first incident.