Joe Biden: US President has confirmed that his dog Major will return to the White House after the bite.

Joe Biden: US President has confirmed that his dog Major will return to the White House after the bite.

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The main dog, some special service staff (security agents in charge of protecting the White House) was charged earlier this month.

U.S. President Joe Biden has defended his dog Major following reports that he was bitten by a dog earlier this month.

Biden said he was officially “out of his home” when he learned that his second dog, smaller than the champ, and both (German Shepherd), was the first rescue dog to live in the White House.

He told ABC’s Good Morning America program, “You turn around and find two people you don’t know, and then they move, (the dog major) moves to provide security.”

“The Major is now training in Delaware,” he said.

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