Washington: President Joe Biden introduced the newest member of his family on Twitter – a German puppy named Commander.
But another Bidens dog, Major, the first White House rescue dog, has been reinstated.
The family decided that it would be best for the dog, less than four years old, to live in a quiet place with his friends after being bitten by his friends.
Biden shared a photo on his Twitter account of his three-year-old son with the words, “Welcome to the White House, Commander”. He also released a short video of him throwing the ball to the Commander and driving the bound dog to the White House.
The Commander was born on September 1 and arrived at the White House on Monday afternoon (Tuesday AEDT), a gift from the President’s brother, James Biden, and his sister-in-law Sara Biden, according to Michael LaRosa, spokeswoman for Mrs. Jill. Biden.
His name appears as a Biden drama as the US military commander.
But the Commander is no longer a new addition to the President’s wings. The first lady’s office said the cat that promised to bring it to the White House over a year ago would join it in January.
Jill Biden said Biden had just won the November 2020 presidential election to win the cat. LaRosa said the new pet will be married in January.
Biden had two other German pastors – Champ and Major – also in the White House before the Commander.