Here in the D.C. area, we're familiar with animals who aim for elected office (see, viz., Hank the Virginia cat who ran for an open U.S. Senate seat on the slogan "Vote the Humans Out"; Hank ultimately lost to the human former governor Tim Kaine (D)).

And this corgi, named Bronson, pictured in front of the White House?

corgi in front of white house

Voters, Bronson may have the looks to attract supporters, but his ambitions betray a self-interested agenda.

"He's pretty brazen about wanting to 'Bloomberg' it and buy his way into the executive [branch] after a lucrative career in financial derivatives," says the dog's owner, Juche Strone filmmaker Rob Montz. "I'm guessing he'd sic Seal Team 6 on D.C.'s feral cat population and revoke all littering laws to improve his culinary options on walks."

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