“Deposition” for Joe Biden’s dog named Commander (“Commander”). The US president has given his “first dog” to relatives, the White House said Wednesday after revelations of new attacks by him on Secret Service agents – including one in which tours of the White House were suspended to clean up bloodstains from floor of the East Wing and another attack where an agent suffered a “severe deep open wound” at Biden’s vacation home in Delaware.

The ‘Commander’s’ penchant for biting members of the Secret Service was first revealed by the New York Post in July 2023, with internal documents showing at least seven agents were injured – but the president didn’t immediately ‘break up’ with the German shepherd after he allegedly claimed an agent lied about being attacked by his previous dog, “The Major,” who was also removed after terrorizing Secret Service personnel and other workers.

On July 29, just five days after the NY Post’s “first dog” report sparked allegations that the president was creating an unsafe workplace, “The Commander” attacked an agent at Biden’s vacation home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, according to with new files revealed by a journalist.

“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. Despite additional dog training, leashing, working with veterinarians and consulting with animal behaviorists, the White House environment simply proved too much for the Commander,” Jill Biden spokeswoman Elizabeth Alexander commented Wednesday.