President-elect Joe Biden was injured on Saturday, November 28, 2020, local press reported on Sunday.
Joé Bide, 78, slipped while playing with his dog Major and twisted his ankle on Saturday.
According to the Democrat’s team information in a statement to US media explaining the situation, Biden was scheduled to see an orthopedic surgeon this afternoon to make sure nothing was broken.
The same source indicates that President-elect Joé Biden has two dogs and a cat that he plans to bring to the White House for his term starting January 20, 2021.
“Out of an abundance of caution, he will be examined this afternoon by an orthopedist,” his office said.
Joe and Jill Biden will not enter the White House alone, but accompanied by their two German Shepherds, Champ and Major.
If Joe Biden’s victory in the US presidential election marks the Democrats’ return to the White House, it is also synonymous with the reappearance of a tradition that dates back to George Washington across the Atlantic.
Indeed, on January 20, 2021, Joe Biden and his wife Jill will settle with their two German Shepherds Champ, in the Biden family since 2008, and Major, adopted in 2018 in a refuge.