The President’s “First Dog” Bo Obama, a Portuguese Water Dog, has been accused of desecrating the Oval Office. According to White House insiders, last week President Obama was meeting with members of his cabinet to discuss extending the deadline for healthcare enrollment (again), when the dog became “anxious and excited” and then lifted his leg to relieve himself on the corner of the historic Resolute desk.
Video: Seth Puts A Camera On Obama’s Dog Bo
The President’s Desk has been a fixture in the Oval Office since 1879, and has been used by almost every President since then. Although many dogs have spent time among the halls of the White House and slept at their President’s feet by that very desk, none before Bo have ever tried to urinate on it.
An intern who works in the West Wing told The Dogington Post, “People were running around like crazy, looking for mops and paper towels and cleaning supplies. It was mayhem!” Secretary of State, John Kerry was seen grabbing handfuls of napkins from the White House kitchen.
Video: Ellen Stole Bo Obama
Representatives from the GOP called for immediate impeachment of the First Dog, claiming that urinating in the sacred office is an act of treason.
The First Dog is no stranger to controversy. You may remember a couple of years ago when he knocked a toddler to the floor during a White House Christmas event. However, his most recent display was enough to send his opponents into a frenzy.
Video: Michelle Obama and dog Bo surprise White House visitors
Outspoken radio personality Rush Limbaugh called Bo “a disgrace, just like his human.”
While the case against Bo is under review, the Obama’s younger dog, Sunny, also a Portuguese Water Dog will take over the role as the White House’s First Dog.
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