Proof of Biden’s Dog Commander Biting White House Staffer

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The Daily Mail obtained photos showing Joe Biden’s German Shepherd Commander biting an experienced White House employee.

On Monday, White House sources suggested that Commander was only biting Secret Service agents. “[Commander] reportedly had his 11th bite of one of the president’s key protectors just last week – but is said to be pleasant around West Wing staff,” the Daily Mail reported.

The White House’s blaming of Secret Service agents was already bad enough. The newly released photos show that the Commander’s aggressiveness and biting are not limited to Secret Service Agents. This suggests that White House attempts to cover up the incidents of Joe Biden’s dog biting were much more widespread than previously thought.

The Bidens received a new German Shepherd pup, Commander, after their previous German Shepherd, “Major”, bit several Secret Service agents.

Both Biden’s dogs have been accused of being a problem because of the stressful environment in the White House. This excuse is not valid because Major and Command were not the only White House dogs to experience behavior issues. Obama had two Portuguese Water Dogs, Bo and Sunny, the Bushes two Scottish Terriers Barney and Miss Beazley, and the Clintons a chocolate Lab named Buddy in Bill’s second tenure, and all went without incident.

On September 13, a tourist took a picture of White House grounds Superintendent Dale Haney’s dog biting his arm. The Daily Mail reports that Haney, who walks Commander often, was interacting with the dog at the time the aggressive behavior started.

A tourist who was taking photos of the dog in a gift shop at the White House captured the moment on camera.

The visitor who asked not to be named recalled: ‘I was really just wanting to take pictures of the dog, it’s the next best thing to seeing the president after all.

He was very animated, playful, and high-spirited. He is a handsome dog.

“I didn’t realize he’d actually bitten him until I saw his teeth clearly around the man’s arm and wrist.

Haney has been working at the White House for more than 50 years and walks the pets of the presidents on the grounds. He started with Richard Nixon’s Irish Setter, King Timahoe.

German Shepherds have a reputation for being intelligent dogs who are easy to train. The fact that the Bidens had two dogs like this, which have bitten staff and agents, suggests that there are more serious problems.