One month before Biden entered the White House he revealed that he broke his foot tripping on a rug after a shower as he chased one of his dogs and grabbed its tail.
Biden’s campaign previously explained the hairline fracture by saying Biden fell while playing with the dog, but did not mention the shower or tugging the animal’s tail.
It seems that even his own dog dislikes him and doesn’t follow his orders and he is our commander-in-chief.
With the ongoing tensions between Russia and America, new video surface where Biden is getting pulled and embarrassed by his dog and he’s compared to Putin’s video where he “shows off” his dog!
Biden tried to place the dog not the car but the dog seems to run away again!
The dance between President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin over Ukraine got feisty Thursday, with the Russian strongman threatening a “complete rupture” of relations if Biden slaps sanctions on the country if it invades Ukraine. The threat came during a phone call Putin requested in advance of bilateral talks between the two scheduled for next month.
Biden pushed back against Putin’s aggression, with two officials telling The New York Times he “made clear that the United States and its allies and partners will respond decisively if Russia further invades Ukraine.” The conversation is the second the two have had this month over Ukraine, with Russia offering little information about whether it plans to invade its neighbor.
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