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Major Back at White House After Minor Run-in With Secret Service Agent

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday that the dogs joined the first family at Camp David last weekend and then returned with them to the White House on Sunday.

After a reported incident involving a security staff member, Biden told ABC News that Major was just being protective. "He was going home, I didn't banish him to home".

First lady Jill Biden has said training the dogs for their new life at the White House has been a priority since they moved in after Biden's January 20 inauguration.

Biden earlier this month said Major was still getting used to life at the 18-acre complex in the USA capital, surrounded by aides and security officers, but was for the most part a sweet dog beloved by staff.

Both Champ and Major were removed from the White House and returned to DE, however Mr Biden soon confirmed the dogs would be returning soon and that Major is "a sweet dog" and is just protective of his owner.

United States administers 124.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines
Harris said that Alabama will follow President Joe Biden's request for the country and open up eligibility to all adults on May 1. He says they have already updated their website to accommodate the new eligibility groups by adding in the new categories .

"Every door you turn to, there's a guy there in a black jacket", he said of the serious security. "And [Major] moves to protect".

"It is not the time to come; it is not a safe journey to make; that we are turning away people at the border", Psaki told reporters. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's claim that he hadn't met with President Biden since the Inauguration. "So far this administration is not interested in doing anything on a bipartisan basis or in the political center".

US officials struggle to house and process an increasing number of unaccompanied children, many of whom have been stuck in jail-like border stations for days while they await placement in overwhelmed government-run shelters.

The delegation will visit a care facility in Carrizo Springs, Texas, said the White House, which has been accused by Republicans of refusing to take the full measure of the situation at the southern border - in particular, the arrival of many unaccompanied children. Democrats have renewed calls to pass the bills after back-to-back mass shootings in Atlanta and Boulder.

At 78, Biden is the oldest person to take office as USA president, and his political opponents will be looking for signs he has become less sharp with age.

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