Major Biden, certainly one of two German shepherds owned by the Bidens, bit a second White House worker on Monday shortly after his return again to the White House following the primary incident. The second staffer required medical consideration.
First Lady Jill Biden’s press secretary Michael de Rosa confirmed the “nip” in a press release to Fox News. “Major is still adjusting to his new surroundings and he nipped someone while on a walk. Out of an abundance of caution, the individual was seen by WHMU and then returned to work without injury.”
Three-year-old Major and his older sibling Champ obtained loads of fanfare upon their arrival to the White House past the “Indogrination” that was held in honor of the presidential pets as a part of the media’s honeymoon welcome of the Biden presidency.
ABC’s “World News Tonight” anchor David Muir referred to as Major’s White House debut a “big day for all the rescue dogs in our country” for giving such pets a nationwide highlight.
NBC’s “Today” referred to as Major a “trailblazer” as the primary shelter canine to dwell on the White House.
“CBS This Morning” co-host Tony Dokoupil was thrilled to report that Champ was “enjoying” his new canine mattress close to the hearth and the way Major “loves running around on the South Lawn.”
CNN anchor John King praised the “four-legged friends” as a “return to tradition” after President Trump went 4 years with out having pets on the White House whereas his colleague John Berman joked that GOP lawmakers have already “launched an investigation into the dogs.”
Daytime discuss present host Kelly Clarkson had some high quality time with each Major and Champ throughout a bite-free tour of the White House with First Lady Jill Biden.
Back in November, the New York Times ran the headline in-part, “Dog People Are Loving This” and the way the “news” of the pets shifting into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue was “applauded by dog owners and especially those who support animal adoption over commercial breeding.”
The Daily Beast interviewed a pet psychic who alleged she had been speaking with the Biden canines “telepathically” and say that their grasp might be a “great president.”
NPR praised then-President-elect Biden as he was “set to restore a bipartisan norm” of presidential canines and the way Major, “in particular, has a ‘wags to riches’ tail.”
Harper’s Bazaar hailed the arrival of the “two very good boys” whereas Marie Claire journal equally welcomed the “two extremely good boys.”
“If you never quite got over your dismay at Donald Trump’s lack of a presidential pet… you can finally breathe a sigh of relief,” Marie Claire informed readers in January.
The hard-hitting journalists at The Huffington Post had a whole article devoted to “adorable photos” of the Biden canines whereas People Magazine hyped a youngsters’s ebook devoted to Major and Champ.
Fox News’ Morgan Phillip contributed to this report.