Biden's dogs are back at the White House

Major Back at White House After Minor Run-in With Secret Service Agent

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Major is a rescue dog that was adopted by the Bidens in 2018.

"The dog's being trained now", President Biden told "Good Morning America", last week, suggesting that 3-year-old pooch Major had not been expelled because of the incident.

The dogs had been in the Biden's home state of DE, where Major received some additional training after having been startled by a Secret Service agent who received a minor injury from the fracas.

First lady Jill Biden has said training the dogs for their new life at the White House has been a priority since they moved in after Biden's January 20 inauguration.

Earlier this month, Major had a "biting incident" that injured a member of Biden's security team.

"What happens is. what surprised me is the White House itself, living there: Every door you turn to, there's a guy there in a black jacket", the president continued. And they move - and he moves to protect.

In the briefing, Psaki also minimized Sen.

"He's had a number of bipartisan meetings in the oval office", Psaki said of the president.

"I haven't been invited to the White House", McConnell had told Fox News' "America's Newsroom". "They'd be more than happy to pick off a few of our members".

The delegation will visit a care facility in Carrizo Springs, Texas, said the White House, which has been accused by Republicans of refusing to take the full measure of the situation at the southern border - in particular, the arrival of many unaccompanied children.

President Joe Biden's administration, which will start distributing the money in April to almost 1,400 centers across the country, said health centers can also use the funding to modify and improve infrastructure and add mobile units.

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