Bombshell New Report Reveals Details of Dog Attacks in Biden’s WH

He can’t keep the border or the economy under control, and it seems President Joe Biden can’t keep his own pets in line, either.
On Thursday, Judicial Watch announced it had received 116 pages of records from the United States Secret Service under the Freedom of Information Act in which accounts were given of Biden‘s dog, Commander, attacking agents, who at times needed medical attention.
The White House dog-bite incidents began with a previous Biden pet, Judicial Watch reported.

“Judicial Watch FOIA requests and lawsuits exposed initial White House falsehoods about the severity and number of attacks by the Bidens’ previous dog, Major,” the outlet wrote.
“Judicial Watch then received a tip that Commander was also attacking Secret Service personnel and uncovered documents last July showing 10 biting incidents.”

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