Uniting Democrats and Republicans is one thing, but Joe Biden is said to face a much more formidable challenge when he captures the White House early next year: bridging the gap between the nation’s cat population and dog lovers.
The new first family also includes two German shepherds, Champot and Major, who will accompany the 46th U.S. president and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, to Washington DC when they are inaugurated on January 20th.
Now, there seem to be another step towards trying to unite the broken nation, Bidens has revealed that they will also bring a cat with them, meaning that the People’s House will once again become some kind of pet.
The news was teased in tweets CBS on Sunday morning before a weekend episode in which the program says Bidens will tell you more details. Dr. Biden had previously referred to the possibility in September when a Washington TV presenter asked her if her husband had promised to get her anything if she won the election.
“Well, I’d love to get a cat” Fox 5 told Angie Goff. – I like having animals around the house.
His most famous “first cat” in recent years was Socks, an adopted stray who lived with Bill and Hillary Clinton in the White House from 1993 to 2001, and whose growing popularity sparked a flaming Republican out of anger who questioned spending the federal dollar. “Cat fan club”.
Clinton’s successor, George W Bush, had three dogs and cats, India, while Barack Obama had two Portuguese water dogs, Bo and Sunny.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump is said to be the first U.S. president since James Polk, in 1849, who had no pets in office and claimed he didn’t mind having a dog, but didn’t have time to do so. “What would I look like walking a dog on the lawn of the White House?” he said.