In many ways, the Trump family is different from any other presidential family that has ever occupied the White House. First, they were reluctant to move in. Then, they were reluctant to get a pet.
Every previous president had pets in the White House, among them cats, dogs, parrots, horses, sheep, a pygmy hippo, bear cubs, and an alligator. However, the new residents of the White House held off on a furry friend — until now.
The long wait is over. Earlier this week, the Trump family revealed the presidential pet. Their 3-month old Siberian Husky Vlad posed for portraits on the White House Rose Garden. The adorable pup has helped lift the looming cloud of former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony and the continued investigation into the administration’s communications with Russian officials.
That, however, did not prevent one reporter from taking the opportunity to ask Trump if he was concerned about the pending investigation.
“It’s ridiculous. The democrats are a bunch of sore losers,” replied Trump.
“So you’re not worried?”
“Niet, Vlad, niet,” commanded Trump to get his husky pup to stop digging at the roots of the rose bushes.
“You were saying?”