VIRAL moment: Joe Biden repeatedly interrupted by protesters at Georgia rally
President Biden's rally to mark his 100th day in office was interrupted as soon as it began by protesters calling for an end to detention centers and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Biden was in the process of thanking Georgia voters at the outset of his remarks when protesters could be heard shouting "End detention now" and "Abolish ICE." One protester called out "Our families are dying," and noted that they voted for Biden in the 2020 election.
Joe Biden’s 3-year-old German Shepherd, Major, has not had an easy time at the White House since he moved in.
The rescue dog has bitten two members of staff, been accused of defecating on the floor in front of the Diplomatic room and has been signed up for extra training sessions in order to improve his behaviour.
At one point, he was even sent back home to Delaware.
But now, the rambunctious canine is facing a new threat: a cat.
Jill Biden confirmed on Friday that a female feline is “waiting in the wings” and would be joining Major and his more docile big brother, 12-year-old Champ, very soon.
Asked if the cat was his idea in a joint interview with his wife on NBC’s Today show, dog lover Mr Biden simply said: “No.”
The idea was floated by the first lady on the campaign trail last year. She told Fox News: “I'd love to get a cat. I love having animals around the house."
With 132 rooms and 18 acres of land at the White House, it is hoped that there will be enough space for the three pets to co-exist peacefully.
But the Bidens aren’t taking any chances with Major.
"They took him into a shelter with cats, that was part of his training," said Mrs Biden. "He did fine."
The new cat, about which little is known, will be the first to tiptoe round the White House for more than a decade, after the Trump family shunned pets and the Obamas kept two dogs.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has joked that the cat will “break the internet” when it arrives.