One of President Biden’s German shepherds handled the White House like an outhouse Wednesday, rudely answering nature’s name in a hallway, in keeping with a pool reporter.
“As pool gathered to load within the vans on the South Garden driveway, Champ and Main had been noticed within the hallway exterior the Palm Room doorways in entrance of the Diplomatic Room,” famous the journalist in a 10:27 a.m. dispatch as she awaited the departure of First Girl Jill Biden. “There was canine poo on the floor. It’s unclear which canine was accountable for it.”
The crappy scenario unfolded sooner or later after it was reported that Main, the White House’s first rescue canine, was concerned in a second biting incident this month.
Main reportedly nipped a Nationwide Park Service worker on the White House South Garden Monday afternoon, with the employee heading to a hospital as a precautionary measure.
The chunk got here only a week after Main, 3, returned to the White House following a short banishment for chomping down on a safety guard.
A spokeswoman for Washington, DC’s Humane Rescue Alliance, which takes legally-required studies on dog-biting incidents from Beltway residents, informed The Submit that the White House is exempt from the requirement.
“As with international embassies in our metropolis, we’ve got no jurisdiction over what occurs on the White House or the encircling grounds, which is secured federal property,” stated Samantha Miller, when requested whether or not Main’s two bites had been reported to the group.