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Latest Biden Family Dog Has Sent Secret Service Agent to Hospital: Report

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German Shepard dogs owned by the first family continue to pose risks to the Secret Service agents assigned to protect them.

According to The Western Journal on Tuesday, “Secret Service emails show that President Joe Biden’s German shepherd Commander bit seven people over four months last year, sending one Secret Service officer to the hospital.”

The incidents came “after former first dog Major was ousted from the White House over similar aggressive behavior,” the New York Post noted further in an exclusive report.

The outlet noted further: “The shocking spate of incidents involving Commander — none of them previously reported — mirrors attacks involving Major, who the White House says was given to family friends after biting many Secret Service members in 2021. In the most serious documented incident involving Commander, the White House physician’s office on Nov. 3, 2022, referred a bitten Secret Service uniformed officer to a local hospital for treatment after the dog clamped down on their arm and thigh, according to emails released under the Freedom of Information Act to conservative legal group Judicial Watch.”

According to records, Commander broke the skin of a different Secret Service member’s hand and arm weeks later after the president let him out of the White House after a family movie night. In the following month, Commander bit a security technician at Biden’s Wilmington, Del., home.

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The first family’s new concern arises as House Republicans increase their scrutiny of Joe Biden’s involvement in his son Hunter and brother James Biden’s international business dealings, particularly in countries like Ukraine and China. One of Hunter’s close associates, Devon Archer, is expected to testify next week, revealing that Hunter frequently put his then-vice president father on speaker phone while conducting business with foreign partners, The Post added.

The documented attacks between September 2022 and January likely do not provide a complete record of incidents involving Commander since it doesn’t include his initial nine months at the White House or the most recent six-month period, the outlet speculated.

“These shocking records raise fundamental questions about President Biden and the Secret Service,” said Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton in remarks to The Post.

“This is a special sort of craziness and corruption where a president would allow his dog to repeatedly attack and bite Secret Service and White House personnel. And rather than protect its agents, the Secret Service tried to illegally hide documents about the abuse of its agents and officers by the Biden family,” Fitton noted further.

Biden, 80, has expressed doubts about the honesty of a Secret Service member who reported being bitten on the leg by his previous dog, Major, who was also a German shepherd. The White House has not disclosed any biting incidents involving the current dog, Commander, who is frequently heard barking on the executive mansion’s grounds, The Post added.

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But agents have discussed alarming behind-the-scenes developments regarding the Biden dogs.

The encounter on Nov. 3 began when a Secret Service officer was seated at the bottom of a stairwell at the White House. Commander “came down the stairs and walked toward” them, said an internal agency email.

“The dog, unprovoked, reportedly bit the officer’s arm on the tricep area — and, when the officer stood up, chomped down on the quad muscle area on their leg,” The Post noted.

Another officer wrote that the victim of the attack reported “a considerable amount of pain” and mentioned using a steel cart to shield themselves from more attacks.

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“WH medical treated the officer and made the decision to have [the victim] transported to [redacted] Hospital,” wrote an officer at the Secret Service Joint Operations Center.

“My leg and arm still hurts. He bit me twice and ran at me twice,” the agent in question reported.

A fellow Secret Service member wrote back: “What a joke … if it wasn’t their dog he would already have been put down – freaking clown needs a muzzle.”

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