President Biden’s Dog Involved in Multiple Biting Incidents on Secret Service Agents

In recent reports, it has been revealed that President Biden’s dog, Commander, has been involved in a number of biting incidents with Secret Service agents and White House staff. According to records obtained by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act, it was disclosed that President Biden was directly handling Commander during some of these biting episodes.

In one particular incident described in a September 12, 2023 email, it was detailed that while the President and Commander were in the Kennedy Garden, the dog bit an agent twice, resulting in a damaged suit coat but no skin broken. Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton asserted that these documents clearly indicate that the President is personally responsible for the dog’s attacks.

The university law professor Jonathan Turley also weighed in on the matter, stating that if these incidents had occurred in any other family, legal action would likely be taken against them. He suggested that the Bidens could be held liable and might face potential consequences such as being prohibited from owning dogs in the future or being required to undergo training classes.

This latest development has prompted serious concerns about the accountability and potential legal ramifications surrounding the President’s dog and the incidents involving Secret Service personnel.

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