'Reasonable search' digs up no Secret Service plans for protecting White House pets in an emergency

'Reasonable search' digs up no Secret Service plans for protecting White House pets in an emergency


The agency charged with protecting President Joe Biden, his family, and other top officials appears to lack any written plan to protect any of the commander in chief’s pets in case of an emergency.

In response to a Freedom of Information Act request from Gizmodo, the Secret Service conducted a “reasonable search for all potentially responsive documents” for any “policies and procedures related to securing presidential pets along with the president and the president’s family in the event of an attack or other emergency that necessitates the president and the president’s family being moved to a bunker or remaining in flight on Air Force One.”

But, as a FOIA officer with the Office of Intergovernmental and Legislative Affairs wrote back to the publication late last month, “No records were located.”

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The Biden family has one dog, Major, who was adopted in 2018 and made headlines earlier this year

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