Biden Puts White House Staff In Danger

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( – Dog trainers are pushing for the Biden administration to get professional help to assist Commander, their German Shepherd puppy who in the last four months has bitten at least seven people.

Tom Davis, a dog trainer in an appearance on “Jesse Watters Primetime” on Tuesday alleged that the White House was probably a “very chaotic place” and that the dog did not have a lot of structure. He pointed out that there were not many dogs in the U.S. who would survive after biting someone three or four times, especially if they are government officials.

Davis claimed that Biden’s dog most likely required more structure and boundaries as well as accountability and disciplinary actions in order for him to stop.

Dog trainer Brian Kilcommons also revealed to “The Ingraham Angle” that the dog should have been muzzled as soon as he first started biting. He added that this is a difficult circumstance as dogs are able to read body language and most Secret Service officers are not actually calm and relaxed people. This is most likely why he is also reacting to these people in such a way.

In 2021, President Biden’s previous dog, Major Biden had also bitten Secret Service members for eight consecutive days. Kilcommons added that it was clear that professional help was required in order to help determine whether that dog is able to adjust to living in the White House.  Proceeded to argue that it is still necessary for them to use a Baskerville muzzle, which allows the dog to eat and drink but not bite.

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