After Meghan Markle, Internet wants Oprah Winfrey to interview Joe Biden's dog Major amid WH 'biting' incident

Two sources said that Major showed 'aggressive behavior' at the White House, and was involved in a 'biting incident' with WH security personnel


                            After Meghan Markle, Internet wants Oprah Winfrey to interview Joe Biden's dog Major amid WH 'biting' incident
Twitter was full of memes on Biden's dog Major and Oprah Winfrey after the biting incident (Instagram/@flotus, CBS)

Quietly making headlines and climbing up the 'interesting' piece of news chart was President Joe Biden's German shepherd, Major, who after a "biting incident' was sent back to the family's Delaware home last week. With Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's interview lapping up space in newspapers and sites across the world, the focus on social media has now moved towards Major. The White House dogs, Champ and Major, were reportedly sent back home because the latter had an "incident". Two sources told CNN that Major showed "aggressive behavior" at the White House. The site labelled it a "biting incident" with WH security personnel.

It also added: "The exact condition of the victim is unknown, however, the episode was serious enough that the dogs were subsequently moved to Wilmington, Delaware, where they remain." It also reported that a "person familiar with the dogs' schedule" has confirmed that the German Shepards are indeed in Delaware. 

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Twitter, in the meantime, probably had enough of the royal rumble. "Why do we care what Briton does? Not our business," read one of the tweets. And the debate was on about why Major had his incident. "Major probably smelled the stench of the Trump regime they left behind and freaked out. Seriously, though, he probably freaked out because of all the attention from the media and the intense atmosphere at the White House," one of the comments read.

Jill Biden with Champ and Major. (Twitter/Jill Biden)

"Me when I found out Major biden was sent back to delaware after he bit a White House Security Officer, but we need to hear his side of the story @Oprah," a tweet said. And some comedy to accompany. "@Oprah to Major Biden: Don’t confess to me that you ate someone’s homework."

"The @TheOvalPawffice issued a statement from First Dog Major Biden. See below," was one of the tweets and the attachment was a hilarous explanation. As far as this tweet went, it was the security guy who was at fault. "I’ll bet the security guy did something that triggered the poor dog actually. Hi Oprah! Happy Woman’s Day! You’re an inspiration."



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

In related news, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki responded to questions from the press regarding whether President Biden had watched Meghan and Prince Harry's riveting interview. She said it took "courage" to speak about mental health struggles but refused to comment further because they are "private citizens."

"We aren’t going to provide additional commentary from here on behalf of the president or others, given these are private citizens sharing their own story and their own struggles." However, she added that this wouldn't compromise the special relationship the country shared with the UK. "Let me just reiterate that we have a strong and abiding relationship with the British people and a special partnership with the government of the United Kingdom on a range of issues, and that will continue."