White House Slams Governor Noem for Remarks on Biden’s Dog

The White House fired back at Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota, criticizing her recent controversial remarks about President Joe Biden’s dog, Commander. The governor suggested that Commander should have been put down after he was removed from the White House grounds for attacking Secret Service agents. In response to Noem’s comments, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre expressed deep concern, calling the governor’s remarks disturbing and absurd. Jean-Pierre emphasized that the nation values its love for dogs and condemned the idea of putting them down.

Commander, the president’s dog, has been relocated to live with Biden’s relatives in Delaware, according to Jean-Pierre’s confirmation. Noem, who is rumored to be a potential vice presidential candidate, has received significant backlash for controversial sections in her upcoming book.

The governor faced criticism for her decision to euthanize a 14-month-old dog named Cricket, as well as for inaccuracies found within her book, which she has promised to correct in future editions.

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