Governor Calls For The Death Of Biden’s Dog?

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( – On Sunday, Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem argued that President Joe Biden should have his dog Commander put down. 

In an appearance on CBS News’s “Face the Nation,” Noem stated that the Commander has attacked 24 Secret Service people and questioned how many people would need to be attacked before it was decided that he is a dangerous dog that should be put down. 

On Tuesday, Noem’s book “No Going Back” was published in which she claimed that following a pheasant hunt on her ranch that did not go as she wanted she ended up shooting Cricket, her family pointer which had still been a puppy at the time. She claimed that the dog was “untrainable” and that she could be a danger to anyone she came in contact with. She argued that the dog was completely worthless as a hunting dog. 

Noem had proceeded to shoot Cricket in a gravel pit in her home. When writing about her decision to shoot a dog she had alluded to President Biden’s dog Commander by writing “(are you listening, Joe Biden?)” when talking about dogs that are dangerous and unpredictable. As she told CBS during the interview about her dog she had chosen to shoot and kill it to protect people over two decades earlier. 

Commander has been sent to an undisclosed location after being removed from the White House. During his time at the White House, he had been involved in 24 biting incidents from October 2022 to July 2023. 

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