Will there will be a white house pet – PATTON?


Supposedly Barron fell in love with him at first sight.


  • A longtime friend of President-elect Donald Trump told the Washington Post she’s in possession of the future first dog 
  • Lois Pope, a prominent Palm Beach philanthropist, has a nine-week-old puppy that she named Patton, which she plans to give the future first family 
  • Trump’s youngest son Barron saw a picture of the pooch over Thanksgiving break at Mar-a-Lago and, according to Pope, fell in love  

Pope, who has known Trump for 20-plus years, first informed about the pooch in writing.

Over the Thanksgiving holiday at Mar-a-Lago she showed the president-elect a picture of the pup-in-waiting.

‘He said, “Go over there and show it to Barron,”‘ Pope told the Post, referencing Trump’s youngest son. ‘He said, “He’s going to fall in love with him.” He said, “Barron will want him.”‘

When Pope showed the 10-year-old the picture of the fuzzy brown puppy he did just that.

‘This big smile came over his face, and it just brought tear to his eyes,’ she said.

While Trump’s spokeswoman Hope Hicks didn’t confirm that the first family would be adopting the pooch, Pope was confident young Patton would make his way to the White House.

‘I’m sure. Every president has a first dog. It goes with the presidency,’ she told the paper.

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10 Comments on Will there will be a white house pet – PATTON?

  1. I like Goldendoodles, they’re smart, active, friendly and unlike pure Golden Retrievers, they shed very little. However if Trump is going to truly drain the swamp, he needs something a little more intimidating.

    I think a big Rottweiler or Mastiff named, ‘Alec’ (as in Baldwin) would be more appropriate.

  2. “fuzzy brown puppy he did just that.”

    Dog looks white to me. No special airplane to fly the dog to Florida for vacations. Good for Barron!

  3. If Trump does get a dog I hope he’d get a rescue mutt. I think that would best illustrate the fact that Americans from all walks of life, from all classes stood behind an outsider who, with luck, will rescue the US from a decades long slow decline.

  4. 90% of these Labradoodle/Goldendoodle messes are an unmitigated disaster. I would stay away, far away from this scam.

  5. I think he needs something big and mean, that he can send to discipline the skunkocrats when they get out of line.

  6. I dunno, I think a cross between a Poodle and a Golden Retriever would be a good mix…same as with the Lab. I have a Standard Poodle and he is smart as a whip, but I wouldn’t mind him being a bit heavier boned as I have coyotes in the area. A Golden or Lab mix in would lend that to a pup.

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