For the last several years, conservative group Judicial Watch, along with many a right-wing Republican, devoted countless hours in an attempt take down Joe and Hunter Biden for alleged crimes that took place abroad. Filing at least a dozen lawsuits and “dozens of Freedom of Information Act requests,” the organization, which spent years tormenting Bill and Hillary Clinton by “carpet-bomb[ing] the federal courts,” said as recently as last month that it was “working hard to get more information on the Biden Family scandals.” Unfortunately, thus far, their efforts have yielded little in the way of actual information implicating the president
After months of speculation, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden have confirmed that they will soon be adding a cat to their family of White House pets.
On Friday, the couple discussed the new addition during an interview with Today’s Craig Melvin, where they revealed that the feline will be joining their two German shepherds, Major and Champ.
Acknowledging the “rumours” that the first family was considering adopting a cat, Dr Biden said: “Oh yes. That is true. She’s waiting in the wings.”
As for whether the latest furry addition was the president’s idea, Mr Biden responded:
Champ and Major are out of the doghouse and back in the White House.
President Joe Biden’s two dogs have returned to his side after a stay at the president’s Delaware home, a previously-scheduled trip that came after Major “nipped” the hand of a Secret Service agent earlier this month.
Michael LaRosa, the press secretary for first lady Jill Biden, confirmed to NBC News that the family’s two German shepherds have been back in the White House for
Is Major a Good Boy? The answer holds no bearing on the future of our republic, but to the extent that the first family reflects the American experience, and owning dogs and being vexed by their behavior is a hallmark of American life, we in the Style section decided it was worth gnawing on, briefly, before sniffing our way to something more pressing.
To begin with, we tried asking Mark Tobin, the president’s dog trainer. A former police officer and K-9 coordinator in Delaware, Tobin trained both Biden dogs. He had been game to talk about
President Joe Biden’s two dogs are back at the family’s home in Delaware after a recent incident at the White House involving the younger of the two German shepherds.
The president and first lady’s dog Major, a 3-year-old German shepherd, was the canine involved in the incident at the White House, NBC News chief White House correspondent Peter Alexander reported on TODAY Tuesday morning.
Later Tuesday, a Secret Service official confirmed to NBC News that the young dog had “nipped” a Secret Service agent’s hand on Monday.
The official added that “no skin was broken” and the injury was “extremely
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Best Friends Animal Sanctuary used positive training methods to rehabilitate 22 pit bulls rescued from Michael Vick’s infamous dogfighting ring. When Layla, one of the last “Vicktory dogs,” died at the ripe old age of 15 ½, I spoke to her grieving adopter. She told me the American Staffordshire terrier passed the Canine Good Citizen test and volunteered in