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Conan, Murray, Milton, Robert, and Lucas (Dog)

Breed: Mastiff

Javier Milei, having no spouse or children, devotes his leisure time to his five cloned Mastiffs, affectionately referred to as his “four-legged children.” They were cloned from his original Mastiff, Conan the Barbarian, who passed away from spinal cancer in 2017. Milei named the dogs after American economists Murray Rothbard, Milton Friedman, and Robert Lucas. The dogs had been integral to his political campaign. In his political rallies, he prominently featured imagery of his dogs and even distributed them to the audience. He also claims he communicates telepathically with his deceased dog, Conan, as well as the living clones – Who he says advise him on life and political matters. It’s currently unconfirmed how many dogs he has, as Milei says he has five clones, but has only been photographed with four dogs. It’s speculated that he still includes his late dog, Conan in his count. Milei also inspired the cloning of Gunther VI, the world’s richest dog.

Javier Milei

Javier Milei Pets


October 22, 1970 (53)

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Javier Milei is an Argentine politician and economist, currently serving as the President of Argentina since December 2023. Known for his distinctive personal style and strong media presence, Milei has been a prominent figure in Argentine politics, characterized by his right-wing populist and libertarian views. He is also recognized for his academic contributions as a professor in economics and his authorship on economic and political subjects.

Before his presidency, Milei was elected to the Argentine Chamber of Deputies in November 2021, representing the City of Buenos Aires for La Libertad Avanza. His political career is marked by his critique of Argentina’s political elite and his opposition to high government spending. Milei’s victory in the 2023 presidential election was built on a platform that criticized the ideological dominance of Peronism, which he held responsible for the ongoing 2018 Argentine monetary crisis.