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Obama’s dog travels in private jet
Bo, the Obama family’s family dog, flew via private jet to meet the presidential family; and it has drawn negative criticism from the media and the conservatives.
The story was first reported by the Morning Sentinel in Maine by writer Rebekah Metzler:
“Arriving in a small jet before the Obamas was the first dog, Bo, a Portuguese water dog given as a present by the late U.S. Sen Ted Kennedy, D-Mass.; and the president’s personal aide Reggie Love, who chatted with Baldacci.”
Shortly after its publication, the article became the subject of criticism of conservative blogs and news reporters.
The presidential family travelled in a Gulfstream GIII/G3 jet, because Air Force One was too large to land at the Hancock County-Bar Harbor Airport in Trenton, Maine.