He’s out of the doghouse!
President Biden’s German shepherd Major was back in the White House Tuesday, several weeks after he was sent to Delaware following a biting incident.
It’s unclear exactly when the rescue pooch got back to the Executive Mansion, but he was spotted there by the Daily Mail on Tuesday, being led on a leash by a handler.
Major, 3, and fellow first dog Champ, 12, were whisked off to the Biden home in Delaware in early March for what the president said was a pre-planned trip.
It came, however, after Major bit a member of the White House security team.
Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the dog had been “surprised by an unfamiliar person and reacted in a way that resulted in a minor injury to the individual.”
The president, in an ABC News interview last week, said Major was a “sweet dog” who was still adjusting to his new surroundings.
Biden also said the pooch was being “trained” during his stay in Delaware.