New presidential puppy for the Trumps? Meet ‘Patton,’ 9-week-old Goldendoodle

There’s a void in Donald Trump’s administration that needs filling — and fast.

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The president-elect left the gate running after being declared the winner of last month’s presidential election. He saved more than a thousand jobs from going to Mexico and brought in an estimated 50,000 jobs from Japan.

Donald, Melania and Barron Trump. Is there something missing?
Donald, Melania and Barron Trump. Is there something missing?

He’s been naming a stellar cast of men and women to fill cabinet positions — with no regard to whether they were with him or against him during the campaign.

But a Palm Beach socialite and three-decade family friend saw something missing and decided to do something about it. There’s no “first pooch!”

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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.

Trump declared Patton to be a “hero dog” to his wife Melania after he learned that Patton was the offspring of U.S. military service dogs.

This just keeps getting better and better.

“He is not a ‘hero dog,’ but he comes from a lineage of hero dogs, dogs who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan,” Pope told CBS News.

Then Trump asked Pope to show the photo to his 10-year-old son Barron — the final arbiter.

Patton, meet Patton
Patton, meet Patton

“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].”

There’s a 150-year-old tradition of first families having a first dog. But Barron was the primary reason Pope was pushing the president-elect.

“He’s going to be a perfect dog for Barron. He’s the one that I’m really doing this for,” Pope said. “That’s going to be quite a transition for him. He’s only 10 years old and his dad is going to be the leader of the free world.”

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