Joe Biden’s first dog champion, Major, moved into the White House


Joe Biden’s dogs Champ and Major have moved into the White House.


Joe Biden’s dogs, Champ and Major, have moved to the White House, reviving a long-standing tradition of the President’s pets that was broken under Donald Trump.

The pooches are trotting around the White House grounds in images retweeted by First Lady Jill Biden’s spokesman Michael LaRosa, with the pointed obelisk of the Washington Monument in the background.

“Champ is enjoying his new dog bed by the fireplace, and Major loved walking around the South Lawn,” LaRosa told CNN in a statement Monday.

Biden’s dogs, both German Shepherds, follow the paw prints of the President’s pets, including Barack Obama’s Bo, a black Portuguese water dog, and George W. Bush’s Scottish Terrier Barney.

A notoriously fussy germ enemy, Trump broke that convention – as he did with many presidential traditions – and never had a pet in his White House.


“What would I look like if I walked a dog on the White House lawn?” Asked Trump with a grimace in a video featured in a Biden campaign ad.

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