When the President of a country addresses reporters, it's usually about serious matters. Since we're in a pandemic, you can only imagine how serious the interview was.
When you're the seven-month-old puppy of the President of a country, you couldn't care less.
Ireland's President, Michael D. Higgins, was speaking to reporters outside his official residence when his Bernese mountain dog stole the show completely.
The puppy, Bród, tried his best to get his owner's attention by nibbling on his hand, lifting his jacket with his nose and even licking his owner's hand. Still, nothing happened, but Bród didn't give up.
While his owner stayed cool, calm and collected and carried on with his interview, his dog carried on with his challenge of trying to get his owner's attention. Luckily, a TV camera managed to film the dog and eventually zoomed in on him, instead of the President.
Watch the WKYC Channel 3 video below to see the hilarious footage of Bród stealing the show as he tries to get the President of Ireland's attention.
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