One of Biden's dogs might be in Major trouble after a White House "incident"

Washington DC - Major Biden and Champ Biden have been moved to the Biden's family home in Delaware following a "biting incident."

President Joe Biden taking a walk through the Rose Garden with Major and Champ.
President Joe Biden taking a walk through the Rose Garden with Major and Champ.  © IMAGO / ZUMA Wire

After four years without animals in the White House many Americans were thrilled to hear that President Biden was bringing the dogs back to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

But they weren't just excited because there were presidential pets. Major, a three-year-old German shepherd, is also the first rescue dog to call the White House home.

But now Major and Camp may have gotten kicked off the premises for Major's bad behavior.

Puppy trapped inside ventilation shaft for hours but rescuers won't give up
Dogs Puppy trapped inside ventilation shaft for hours but rescuers won't give up

Major has shown agitated and aggressive behavior before. CNN reported that the young dog has been known to jump, bark, and even charge at the White House Security and staff. Champ, the older of the two dogs is much more mild-mannered.

Last week, both of Biden's dogs went back to the family home after an incident with a member of the White House security team. It's been called the "biting incident." The condition of the person involved in the incident is currently unknown.

Are the dogs gone for good?

CNN also noted that when Dr. Jill Biden is travelling, as she was last Wednesday and Thursday, the dogs have been known to stay in Delaware.

Some Twitter users are worried about Major being "kicked" out of the White House after a single incident, while others wish they could have done that with former Presidents.

One called for Oprah to do an in depth interview with Major to get to the bottom of the incident, while another fan of the presidential pooches asserted Major's innocence with a press release on their Twitter account dedicated to the dogs.

They all breathed a sigh of relief when NBC White House correspondent Kelly O'Donnell tweeted official confirmation that both "will be back" soon.

Cover photo: IMAGO / ZUMA Wire

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