Donald Trump is technically still the President-Elect, but already he has been moving mountains in business deals, foreign policy and the stock market.
He has filled a variety of posts, but one had been left unmentioned—likely because Donald Trump does not have much experience filling it.
Donald Trump does not have a dog, and yet it is customary that the President have a pup at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Thankfully, a woman named Lois Pope was thinking ahead. From BizPac Review:
Meet this adorable nine-week-old poodle and golden retriever mix — a designer breed known as a Goldendoodle, courtesy of philanthropist and animal welfare advocate Lois Pope.
And his name is perfectly fitting to the next commander-in-chief: Patton, named for the WWII general Trump admires.
Pope took a cell phone photo of Patton and showed it to Trump on Thanksgiving at his Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago estate, and she predicts that when he grows up the little fella is “gonna be yuge!” according to CBS News.
New Trump presidential puppy? How cute is this dog? A precious sweetheart:https://t.co/GCS96LWer6
— Wayne Allyn Root (@WayneRoot) December 7, 2016
Ultimately the choice seemed not to come from Donald Trump himself, but his son—Barron.
Then Trump asked Pope to show the photo to his 10-year-old son Barron — the final arbiter.
“I’m sure he’ll want it,” he told her.
Trump’s prediction was on the money.
“I’d never seen such a big smile on anyone’s face,” Pope recalled. “It’s worth all this time and the trouble and effort putting into this for [Barron].”
For more on the new puppy and the historical significance of Presidential pups, watch the video below:
Source: BizPac Review