Biden's dog, Commander, bit Secret Service agents more times that reported

 February 24, 2024

Recent documents obtained by CNN shed light on the recurrent instances of President Joe Biden's dog, Commander Biden, biting U.S. Secret Service personnel, totaling at least two dozen occurrences.

These incidents occurred not only at the White House but also during the president's visits to various locations, including Camp David and Delaware's Rehoboth Beach.

The new information

In response to Commander Biden's aggressive behavior, Secret Service agents adopted precautionary measures to safeguard themselves.

An assistant special agent, in a June 2023 email obtained by CNN, emphasized the need for heightened vigilance and innovative approaches to ensure personal safety in the presence of the dog.

The severity of the biting incidents is evident in the obtained documents. During an episode in Rehoboth, Delaware, one Secret Service agent sustained a severe deep open wound on their left forearm, necessitating immediate on-site medical attention and six stitches.

The quotes

“In the background SA [redacted] heard the voice of what believes to be FLOTUS Dr. Jill Biden [redacted] yelling [redacted quote]. Commander ran toward the direction of post [redacted] booth and bit SA [redacted in the left forearm," CNN reported.

"Causing a severe deep open wound. As result of the attack SA [redacted] started to loose (sic) a significant amount of blood from [redacted] arm,” the documents obtained by CNN show. The agent reportedly received six stitches on site, it continued.

Another alarming incident occurred while President Biden was present, with Commander Biden grabbing an agent's arm as they entered the Palm Room through the West Colonnade.

The secrecy

Despite these measures, the recurrent nature of Commander Biden's biting poses ongoing challenges for the Secret Service in safeguarding personnel during presidential activities.

The documents underscore the urgency of addressing the issue to prevent further harm and ensure the safety of individuals tasked with protecting the president and his family.

"Following Commander’s removal from the White House, dog trainers told the Daily Caller that the German Shepard’s behavior can in part be attributed to a lack of leadership and direction from its owners," the outlet reported.

"The trainers added that Biden is the only one with the ability to get the dog under control," it added.

As more information comes out about Biden's dog attacks against Secret Service agents, the situation looks worse than originally reported, leading to questions about the secrecy involved in previous statements.

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