Republicans call the Biden White House’s secrecy on guests from Delaware “a bunch of malarkey.”

Republicans reacted when it was announced that the White House had no visitor logs from President Biden’s Delaware home. FIRST ON FOX.

The Secret Service claimed to have no information on the identity of visitors to the president’s house in Delaware, according to a recent New York Post investigation.

Fox News Digital enquired with the White House as to whether they had any records of who had visited the president at his Delaware property and whether they would be made public. Fox News Digital questioned why the White House does not keep track of who meets the president if there are no such records.

A report claims that the Secret Service denies having any records of Biden’s visitors to Delaware.
The White House sidestepped the inquiries and instead attacked the previous administration for how they handled their visitor’s logs.

According to a statement from the White House’s Andrew Bates, “President Biden is happy to lead the most transparent administration in American history, and to have reinstated the practice of publicizing visitors records when it was suspended by his predecessor.”

We also recognize that it is always the responsibility of unbiased news organizations to promote greater transparency, the speaker added. Can you provide me with the pieces Fox published requesting guests to the White House and access to Mr. Trump’s private properties?

White Houses generally make their visitor logs available to the public, thus the Trump administration’s handling of them sparked sharp criticism.
The Trump administration broke precedent by keeping the former president’s White House visitor’s log under lock and key while claiming executive privilege to do so.

The National Archives followed through on the order in March after Biden ordered the release of former President Trump’s visitor’s logs to the congressional committee investigating the January 6th riot in February.

Although the Biden administration made the names of those who visited Biden in Delaware, where the president has spent more than a quarter of his time since taking office, public, it has kept a tight lid on who those visitors were.

It is challenging to determine who the president has met during such excursions since the Delaware homes where Biden has stayed are less open to the public than the White House.

James Comer, R-Kentucky, the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, told Fox News Digital that the assertion that President Biden’s Delaware home has no visitor logs is “a bunch of malarkey.”

Biden is returning to his Delaware beach house and constructing a $500k taxpayer-funded security fence there.

Since taking office, President Biden has spent a lot of time in his Delaware home, according to Comer. Americans have a right to know who President Biden meets with, especially in light of the fact that during his tenure as vice president, he frequently convened with Hunter’s business associates. The American people must receive transparency from the Biden Administration.

Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee said, “The administration has repeatedly refused to address questions concerning Hunter Biden’s laptop, Joe Biden’s knowledge of shady business deals, and meetings at Biden’s private refuge in Delaware.” In “Joe Biden’s America,” there are two sets of rules: one for the extreme left and another for the rest of the nation.

What is the government holding back? Rep. Nancy Mace, R-South Carolina, told Fox News Digital that it is one thing to cite confidentiality concerns when it comes to disclosing logs of private meetings with the President, but quite another to allege that such documents don’t exist.

If official business is being performed and they won’t tell us with whom, that is bad, Mace continued. The Administration is using the Secret Service as an outright justification for its entire lack of transparency, which is much worse.

Every person who interacts closely with the President in a professional or personal capacity is screened by the Secret Service, according to Mace, and a record of that screening “exists somewhere.”

2010 email correspondence reveals that BIDEN’S OFFICE WAS CONCERNED ABOUT “POLITICAL SENSITIVITIES” OF RELEASING SENATE PAPERS.

The apparent lack of transparency and openness regarding concerns inside this administration, according to Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Texas, “does not fit the standard that President Biden set on January 20, 2021,” Fox News Digital said.

The Biden administration would “communicate information even when it is uncomfortable to hear,” in the words of his press secretary, said Sessions. “They have fallen short of their own expectations.”

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

The letter stated, “This search also turned up no responsive records.” As a result, your appeal is turned down.
The refusal is the most recent in a string of events relating to Biden’s records.

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