- President Joe Biden of the United States said two dogs have been given Oval Office walk-in privileges
- The US president made the disclosure on his Instagram page and posted photos of the canines
- Social media users have commended President Biden for giving the dogs such privileges
President Joe Biden of the United States has given two dogs Oval Office walk-in privileges.
Taking to his Instagram page, President Biden posted a picture of himself with the dogs and captioned it:
"Not many people have Oval Office walk-in privileges. Happy to report that these two are on the list."
Instagram users were impressed and soon flooded the president's comment section to share their thoughts.
"This just made my heart smile. It has been a rough year. All the photos of your family, the rescue pups included, in The White House, have shown such a beautiful light during such a dark time. I will never be able to thank you and your family enough for sticking it out during such a grueling campaign, and all the days since the election."
"Gorgeous fur babies!"
"Awwww, what wonderful pops the President has."
"You know Biden’s a great president when all Fox News has to say is insult his dogs."
In a previous report by Briefly.co.za, Chrissy Teigen asked US president Joe Biden to unfollow her on Twitter so she can tweet what she wants. When POTUS followed her on Twitter, Chrissy started to clean up her act.
"In order for me to flourish as me, I must ask you to please lord unfollow me. I love you!!! It’s not you it’s me!" said Chrissy.
Chrissy added that she has only tweeted a handful of times since she got followed by the president on social media. The model said that she still loves the president but she wants to be able to throw F-bombs whenever she wants to.
"I love you. It's not you, it's me!" she said.
After the presidential Twitter account unfollowed her, Chrissy was relieved. She tweeted:
"I am free!"
Social media users reacted to Chrissy's tweets and chimed in with their own opinions too.
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