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Biden’s dog left White House floors covered with BLOOD after mauling, new report details

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President Joe Biden’s beloved dog was involved in at least two dozen incidents of biting Secret Service agents according to a new report.

Internal U.S. Secret Service documents obtained by John Greenewald through a Freedom of Information Act request reportedly showed that the Biden family’s German shepherd Commander was responsible for multiple biting incidents.

Documents revealed details including about one notable incident on June 15, 2023.

“Commander ran at a high speed towards one Secret Service agent, and lunged at them while biting their left arm, which also resulted in stiches. One document recounting this incident stated that ‘East Wing tours were stopped for approximately 20 minutes due to blood from the incident bring on the floors in the area of the Booksellers.’ There was video of this, but it was not released even though video evidence was requested,” Greenwald reported.

“The next month in July 2023, Commander also bit another Secret Service agent in what was described as a ‘severe deep open wound’. The record goes on to state that the agent, ‘… started to loose (sic) a significant amount of blood from arm,’ and after being treated by the White House Medical team, was administered six stitches and antibiotics,” the report continued.

Commander became part of the Biden family in 2021 when he was a puppy.

“The documented incidents included members of the Secret Service’s uniformed division, members of the president’s protective detail and other USSS officials. They took place inside and outside of the White House residence, but also at Biden family homes in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, at Camp David, and in Nantucket, Massachusetts, where the first family spends the Thanksgiving holiday,” CNN reported noting it had reviewed more than 400 pages of internal USSS documents.

“They’ve been heartbroken over this. They’ve apologized to those who have been bitten, taken flowers to some. They feel awful. Commander was over-protective, and even though they tried and tried to work on it, they had to let him go live with other members of their family,” an unnamed source close to the Biden family told CNN.

“The president and first lady care deeply about the safety of those who work at the White House and those who protect them every day,” first lady Jill Biden’s communications director, Elizabeth Alexander, said in a statement to CNN.

“Despite additional dog training, leashing, working with veterinarians, and consulting with animal behaviorists, the White House environment simply proved too much for Commander. Since the fall, he has lived with other family members,” she added.

Secret Service spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi told CNN in a statement that the incidents “were treated as workplace injuries, with events documented in accordance with Secret Service and US Department of Homeland Security guidelines.”

“Commander was over-protective, and even though they tried and tried to work on it, they had to let him go live with other members of their family,” a source told DailyMail.com

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