• July 22, 2024

“Breach in Trust”: White House Dog Attacks Related to Joe Biden’s “Combustible” Relationship with Secret Service Agents: Report

 “Breach in Trust”: White House Dog Attacks Related to Joe Biden’s “Combustible” Relationship with Secret Service Agents: Report

The relationship between the Secret Service and Joe Biden is suffering from a “breach in trust”, is “combustible” and “stressed” over repeated attacks on agents by the Biden family’s German Shepherds Commander and Major, and by “unrealistic requests”, as well as the Bidens’ paranoia that agents remain loyal to President Trump, according to CNN which buried the blockbuster news in a report on the Bidens’ dog Commander being removed from the White House after yet another biting attack on an agent last week.

Biden’s dog ‘Commander’ bit another Secret Service Agent last week. This is the 11th time the dog bit an agent. And this is the second dog the Biden family has had that bites agents. Via TODAY segment

CNN led with news Commander has bitten White House staffers in addition to Secret Service agents, “President Joe Biden and first lady Dr. Jill Biden’s 2-year-old German shepherd, Commander, has been involved in more biting incidents than previously reported at the White House, multiple sources familiar with the matter told CNN.”

The CNN report followed a Daily Mail report that Commander had been seen by a tourist biting a White House staffer. On Monday, Politico reported that White House staffers blamed the ‘unfriendly’ faces of stern Secret Service agents for triggering the attacks by the Biden’s dogs, claiming that the dogs were playful with staff.

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BREAKING: Joe Biden’s dog ‘Commander’ has been removed from the White House after multiple biting incidents, including one caught on camera pic.twitter.com/6l5l7lELq2

— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) October 5, 2023

Axios followed CNN’s report Wednesday night with one that said staff in the White House residence had been attacked (excerpt):

The Biden family’s German shepherd dogs have repeatedly bitten or nipped members of the White House residence staff in addition to Secret Service agents, according to people familiar with the matter.

Biden’s dog Major — who eventually was banished to the family’s home in Delaware — was so aggressive that residence officials warned the first lady’s office the Biden’s could face a lawsuit for injuries unless there were changes.

Why it matters: The dogs’ attacks on Secret

Source: The Gateway Pundit

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