The White House dog Major has bitten again, just days after returning from training in DE following a similar incident earlier this month. Following the incident, both Major and Champ - the Bidens' other German shepherd - were sent to the president's hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, but later returned to the White House.
Major had returned to the White House just the week before following his first biting incident that caused a minor injury to a US Secret Service Employee on March 8. Champ had already spent some time in the White House as a younger dog, when Mr Biden was vice-president, before moving in permanently in January this year.
A spokesman for First Lady Jill Biden said that "out of an abundance of caution" an individual was seen by medical staff before returning to work.
Reports on Tuesday found a National Park Service employee required medical attention after being bitten by Major on White House grounds earlier this week.
Currently, both Major and Champ have been moved to the Biden's home in DE as the first couple is away for a few days.
Major, a three-year-old rescue dog, and Champ, who is 12, were moved to the Bidens' Delaware home after the incident.
The President said Major was being trained in DE but disputed the idea that the pup had been sent away after the incident. "And [Major] moves to protect", said Biden. I was going to be away for two, so we took him home, ' Biden said at the time.
But Scarborough stuck with the euthanasia angle, repeatedly taunting "Dog Jesus", and on it went for a full four minutes, even roping in the panel as they were introduced.
Major was adopted by the Biden family in 2018.