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White House public relations officials are clamoring to change the public opinion that President Obama, in fact, can’t stand his own dog, a Portuguese Water Dog named Bo, given to the First Family after the President’s first term election.
While the President denies these allegations, 63% of Americans still firmly believe the President to dislike Bo. While Bo does have plenty of press and a huge fan following, it’s rare to see a photo of him being walked by or playing fetch with the President.
White House Deputy Press Secretary, Todd Grant, told reporters, “Of course the President loves Bo… very much. He scratches behind his ears, he rubs his belly, he calls him a good boy multiple times per day.”
However, analysts have reviewed over 700 interviews with White House officials, and not once has the President said he didn’t want Bo dead. Further, over 6 months of President Obama’s public speeches, he has only mentioned the First Dog a mere 14 times.
Do you believe President Obama loves his family’s dog, Bo? Decide for yourselves after watching the heated debate on the subject below:
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