Commander, the dog of Vice President Joe Biden, has been removed from the White House grounds following a series of bite incidents involving White House personnel and Secret Service agents. Commander appears to have exhibited belligerent behavior.
Elizabeth Alexander, director of communications for the first lady, issued a statement late Wednesday conveying the Bidens' concern for the safety of their staff and the security personnel tasked with protecting them. The statement also expressed appreciation for the Secret Service's support and patience during this difficult circumstance.
Had that been Trump’s dog they would have gone crazy and called for BOTH of them to be euthanized. Biden’s dog, (oops DOGS) bite more than 20 times and it’s time out in DE
Biden's dog, Commander, removed from White House after series of biting incidentshttps://t.co/kQDdA6Bptu
— Blueboy40 (@FLRed4Trump) October 5, 2023
However, Alexander did not reveal the current location of Commander, leaving many to wonder where this troublesome German shepherd has been relocated. It is anticipated that he has been placed in an environment conducive to addressing his biting tendencies.
Following an incident captured by a tourist's camera in which Commander and the chief groundskeeper, Dale Haney, were seen engaging in rough play, this news emerged. The image was shared with a news organization and published online, drawing attention to Commander's propensity for getting into trouble.
Commander is no longer permitted on the White House premises as the Bidens contemplate their next course of action for addressing his unruly behavior. The safety of the personnel and the tranquility of those responsible for their protection take precedence over the difficulties posed by a misbehaving dog. The Bidens have taken prompt action to address this issue decisively.