The commander-in-chief will tape a “special segment” Wednesday, according to a report.
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Public relations queen Courtney Cohen is welcoming a new (adorable) family member ... her puggle named Wallis.
The happy union was nearly a year-and-a-half in the making. Cohen, who runs her eponymous Washington-based PR firm and previously worked as a production coordinator for George Stephanopoulos during ABC News’ 2008 election coverage, worked with the organization City Dogs Rescue to bring home her furry friend. The nine-week-old pup’s mom, who is half pug and half beagle, was pregnant with Wallis when she was rescued from a dog hoarder’s home in southern Virginia.
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Rep. Linda Sánchez (D-Calif.) on Friday paid tribute to her beloved dog Chavo who passed away.
“It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye to the furriest and most loyal member of my team. With his soulful brown eyes and mellow demeanor, Chavo made quick friends in Washington," Sánchez said in a statement.