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GOP senators call on Secret Service to release Biden visitor logs

GOP senators call on Secret Service to release Biden visitor logs


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Kimberly Cheatle, Secret Service Director, was sent a letter by Mr. Johnson of Wisconsin to Mr. Grassley from Iowa. They stated that the records were necessary for their investigation into the finding of classified material at those locations.

“After decades of working in Washington, Joe Biden is well-versed in how classified information should be handled. But he doesn’t believe that the rules and laws apply. In a statement, Mr. Johnson stated that the public deserves an accounting of all individuals who may have had access these classified records.

Senators asked Ms. Cheatle to provide “a complete and complete list” listing all individuals who entered the locations where classified information was found.

This request comes just one day after James Comer (Kentucky Republican) asked that the Secret Service turn over all documents and communications from Mr. Biden’s home.

Retired vice presidents are not required to have Secret Service protection after they leave office. However, Mr. Biden was covered by Secret Service protection as a presidential candidate, and then as president. This would have some overlap with the time that the documents were kept at his residence.

Since his election, Mr. Biden made 52 trips to Wilmington, totaling 164 days.

Anthony Guglielmi, Secret Service spokesperson, said last week that the agency doesn’t track who visits and leaves Mr. Biden’s home as it is private.

Days later, Mr. Guglielmi reversibled his position and admitted that the Secret Service has information about who visited Mr. Biden at Wilmington.

He stated that the Secret Service generates criminal justice and law enforcement information records for individuals who come in contact with Secret Service-protected websites.

The White House has released visitor logs, but not from Mr. Biden’s Wilmington home or Rehoboth Beach vacation house.

Visitor logs for presidential residences have been traditionally made public, but former President Donald Trump didn’t release records for his White House or other residences.

The Secret Service responded to a Freedom of Information Act request by The New York Post last autumn. They stated that the search for visitor logs had “produced no responsive records”.

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