Biden’s visits to Delaware are not recorded, the Secret Service argues, according to a report.

According to a report on Wednesday, the U.S. Secret Service stated that there are no records of anyone President Biden has met with at his Delaware homes while in office.

According to The New York Post, it filed an appeal after requesting information under the Freedom of Information Act concerning who visited the president at his residences in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach.

According to the article, Secret Service deputy director Faron Paramore stated in a letter dated September 27 that “the agency undertook an additional search of pertinent program offices for potentially responsive materials.”

The letter stated, “This search also generated no responsive records.” Consequently, your appeal is turned down.
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It remains unclear who Biden has met with at his homes in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

The denial is the most recent in a string of events related to Biden’s records.

The office of then-Vice President Biden expressed worries about the University of Delaware’s terms for the “deed of gift” for his Senate documents in a March 2010 email that Fox New Digital has now read, citing potential political sensitivities.

Along with “Property ownership,” “Timing of archive processing and public release,” “Opportunity for review before to release,” and “Scope,” the email included other areas that needed to be evaluated.

President Biden has spent a significant amount of time during his presidency at his homes in Delaware.

During his 2020 presidential campaign, Biden defended his choice not to release the Senate files, claiming that they might be used as “fodder” for the political system.

Business Insider reported in April 2020 that Biden’s campaign had sent agents to the University of Delaware library in the previous year to look through his private Senate records there, raising the possibility that they found something relevant to Tara Reade’s claim that Biden had sexually assaulted her while she was his employee in 1993.

Republicans, meantime, have demanded transparency in relation to the records of who visited Biden at his Delaware properties.
According to Rep. James Comer, R-Kentucky, the agency’s claims that no records exist are “a lot of malarkey.”

Americans ought to be aware of who President Biden is meeting with, Comer argued, particularly in light of the fact that during his tenure as vice president, he frequently convened with Hunter’s business associates, also known as “Biden’s son.”

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