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Kristi Noem Calls For Joe Biden’s Dog To Be Put Down

Governor Kristi Noem has been at the center of controversy after a chapter in her book described her difficult decision to put down her hunting dog Cricket due to it eating chickens and attacking her.

After receiving backlash for her decision to kill Cricket, Noem has faced major pushback from both the left and right.

The controversy has even lessened her chance of possibly becoming Trump’s VP.

Despite facing criticism, Noem has stood by her comments and is now advocating for Biden’s dog which has attacked several Secret Service members, to be put down.

Gov. Noem, in an interview with Fox News, stated Biden’s dog “has attacked 24 Secret Service people. So how many people is enough people to be attacked and dangerously hurt before you make a decision on a dog and what to do with it? That’s the question that the president should be held accountable to.”

Per The New York Post:

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem stood by a passage in her upcoming book in which she appeared to say she would also kill President Biden’s troubled dog Commander and quipped that the president pup would “say hello to” Cricket, pup she famously boasted about shooting.

Noem, 52, stressed that Commander, who was removed from the White House last fall following dozens of reports that he bit people, had presented safety issues to staffers and Secret Service agents.

“Joe Biden’s dog has attacked 24 Secret Service people. So how many people is enough people to be attacked and dangerously hurt before you make a decision on a dog?” Noem pondered on told CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday.

Fox News shared these details on Biden’s dog, Commander:

President Biden’s dog, Commander, reportedly bit and attacked numerous U.S. Secret Service (USSS) personnel in at least 24 incidents between October 2022 and July 2023, before he was ultimately removed from the White House campus.

Newly released internal USSS documents posted publicly by The Black Vault and obtained by Fox News Digital, reveal at least 24 incidents in which the German shepherd bit or attempted to bite Secret Service staff members or others.

In the first incident documented, the USSS member reported holding a door open to the Palm Room on the West Colonnade side, when Biden took Commander out to the South Grounds.

“Commander and POTUS were entering the Palm Room through the West Colonnade. Commander came in first, circled back and grabbed my left arm,” the report read. “He then stood up and back down. He is literally my height, standing.”


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