US President-elect Joe Biden’s dogs are ‘excited’ to enter the White House, according to a pet psychic.
‘They are excited actually, I did link in with them to find out their thoughts about Joe being the President,’ Beth began.
‘They do know about it, they are very excited. They are rescue dogs with huge personalities and they do show me that Joe is a very empathetic person and that he will be a President that we have never seen before.
‘He will be very much wanting to look at peaceful resolutions to things, bringing unity into the world.’
Beth went on to claim that Mr Biden would struggle to cope without his beloved dogs.
‘They show that they have also rescued Joe, as much as he’s rescued them and he really lives for his dogs,’ she continued.
‘He will never be without a dog, he finds it really difficult to cope is what they’ve shown me, without them.
‘They have also lifted him from dog moods in the past but they do show that he is in for a big fight with all of this.
‘There is so much to come that we can’t even imagine how this is going to go at the moment.’
Mr Biden and wife Dr Jill Biden will revive a long-standing tradition when they move into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue by bringing their dogs, with them.
Biden will be entering the White House as the first-ever presidential candidate to receive more than 75 million votes – but Major will be making his own history as the first rescue dog to live in the famous residence.
Champ has been with the Bidens since Christmas 2008 after the family bought him from a breeder.
Biden fostered Major from a shelter, before falling in love with him and deciding to adopt.
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