"President-elect @JoeBiden and his wife @DrBiden won’t just be bringing their German shepherds, Major and Champ to the White House,” a Friday evening tweet from CBS Sunday Morning read.President-elect @JoeBiden and his wife @DrBiden won’t just be bringing their German shepherds, Major and Champ to the White House.
Presidential pets get a new leash on life from the BidensOn TODAY Tuesday, former first daughter Jenna Bush Hager revealed that the dogs didn’t like her at all.During a piece on presidential pets, Jenna noted that the footage that showed her family members sitting with Barney and Miss Beazley (while she sat on the other side of the room) was remarkable.“Whoever pulled up these old clips sure gets an A+ for awkward moments,” she said. “Yeah, Barney and Beazley didn’t really like me.”
But as it turns out, Jenna was in good company.Barney had a reputation for being snippy with reporters, going so far as to leave a Reuters journalist in need of a bandage and antibiotics after one encounter that was captured on film.And Miss Beazley was known to have her own temper, too, according to anchor Savannah Guthrie.
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“I ran into Miss Beazley once, when I was covering your father at the White House, and she growled at me,” Savannah explained.
That came as no surprise to Jenna.But the revelation left Carson Daly wondering if the Scotties ever turned their teeth to any of the historic fixtures they lived alongside.
One thing is certain: Readers will fly through the suspense-filled pages of "The Dutch House," wondering what will come next for Danny and Maeve.“I read ‘The Dutch House’ right after I had Hal, and even in the middle of the night when I was feeding him I reached for this beauty of a book," said Jenna.
“They didn’t destroy furniture,” Jenna insisted. “They just bit reporters. For real.”
That’s when Savannah realized she got off easy with “just a growl,” adding, “It was jarring!”