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Politics Joe and Jill Biden's dogs returned to Delaware after bite

11:30  09 march  2021
11:30  09 march  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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Major and Champ, Joe and Jill Biden's two German Shepherds, left the White House after one of the dogs bit a security officer.

  Les chiens de Joe et Jill Biden renvoyés dans le Delaware après une morsure © Tom Brenner / Reuters

Return to Delaware for the presidential dogs. Major and Champ, Joe and Jill Biden's two German Shepherds, left the White House last week after Major, the younger of the two dogs, bit a member of the presidential residence security team, reports CNN . The severity of the injuries sustained by the security officer is unknown, but the incident was deemed serious enough that the two dogs were returned to Wilmington, where the Biden lived before the Democratic election and where they are sent when Jill Biden is on the move out of Washington - she is currently on the west coast of the country, where she has to speak with military families. It was while playing with Major that Joe Biden had tripped at the end of November, and had slightly fractured 's foot.

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To see: With Joe Biden, the return of a long tradition at the White House: the dogs

Major, a little over 2 years old, was adopted in November 2018 by the Biden couple, who had initially hosted the puppy as a temporary family while awaiting adoption from the shelter where he was taken in with his litter. Major, 14, joined the couple in 2009, shortly after Joe Biden became vice president to Barack Obama. The return of dogs to the White House - Donald Trump, not very fond of pets, had not - had been a point on which the Biden campaign had played on social networks. And the adaptation of Major and Champ in this historic residence was a cause for concern for Jill Biden, as she explained in February on the "Kelly Clarkson Show": "I was obsessed with the idea. that our dogs are well settled because we have an old dog and a very young one. They have to take the elevator, which they are not used to, they have to go to the South Lawn with a lot of people watching them. That's what worried me, that everyone be settled and calm. ”

“They don't really have any rules, they're very good dogs. We trained them from the start ”, assured“ People ”Joe Biden. “Champ is old, he's 14 years old and he's been extremely well trained by the Canine Corps and he thinks he's in the Secret Service. But Major, who is a young and big dog, has only one rule from Jill and he follows her: don't climb on furniture. " The only exception to the rule: when their granddaughters stayed at home to sleep. “Major sneaks in and climbs on the bed with them,” the American president had amused.

Joe Biden just can't quit Delaware -- even as president .
Bidding farewell to his adopted home state in January, Joe Biden -- then the President-elect -- grew emotional as he boarded his flight to Washington for the inauguration. © ANDREW HARNIK/AFP/POOL/Getty Images "When I die," he said, wiping away tears, "Delaware will be written on my heart and the hearts of all the Bidens." He was back two-and-a-half weeks later. Feeling confined by what he's termed the "gilded cage" of the White House and seeking a dose of familiarity, Biden has begun a regular pattern of leaving Washington on the weekends.

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