US President Donald Trump has spent four consecutive years in the White House. However, many have expressed hope that the lifeless White House will be revived this time. The newly elected president Joe Biden is a man who loves animals. Biden pet dogs, Champ and Major, will also be housed at the White House.
The White House has reached its peak during the last four years of the Trump administration. Trump and First Lady Melania have never been seen giving a warm hug since returning from somewhere in these four years. No one has ever seen a loving moment shared between Trump and Melania in a family way. Trump has never hosted a concert or a poetry recital here. Nor has Trump ever organized an exhibition of any artist’s work.
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But comparisons show that former President Barack Obama’s two daughters, Sasha and Malia, were playing on the ice on the White House lawn with their two Portuguese pet dogs, Bo and Sunny. During the 2008 U.S. election, Obama promised to give his daughter a pet dog, and he finally kept that promise.
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The Americans chose not only Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, but also Biden’s two pet dogs, Champ and Major. Although new Vice President Kamala Harris has no pets now, there are references to the dog she prefers.
Biden’s pet dog Champ has been with him since 2008. And Biden picked up Major from the Delaware Humane Society in 2018. These two animals are just as loyal as Biden. It is clear, however, that Champ and Major have a special relationship with the new President Biden. This proves that the White House is being revived.
Joe Biden’s position is strong in terms of family and humanity. Biden’s wife, a teacher, is going to be the US First Lady. Jill Biden. “He will be the president of all our families,” Jill Biden said in a tweet.
Although Joe Biden has been elected with a shout out, Biden will have a long way to go to reverse the damage Donald Trump has done in his time. At the same time, the Democrats have to take very thoughtful and decisive steps so that many people stay with the party even if they win the next election. Joe Biden will take over as president on January 20 next year.