What is President Joe Biden omitting from his visitor logs?
Don’t ask the Secret Service. According to the New York Post, the agency said it doesn’t keep any visitor logs when Biden is outside the White House at his home in Delaware.
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Biden spends a quarter of his time in his private residence, where he has met with political leaders and other powerful elites in the past.
In his first year in office, Biden spent a total of 99 days at this home. But American voters will never know who, if anyone, the president is meeting while staying outside the Oval Office.
The stunning omissions came to light after the New York Post submitted a Freedom of Information Act request for the White House visitor logs. Secret Service Freedom of Information Act officer Kevin Tyrrell reportedly told the Post that “no records” were kept of any meetings held at the Biden’s Greenville, Delaware home.
The “Secret Service FOIA Office searched all Program Offices that were likely to contain potentially responsive records, and no records were located.”
The lack of transparency hasn’t stopped Biden from doing business at his Delaware house — including when he was vice president.
It is known that Biden hosted Democratic Sens. Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin in October to lobby for his multi-trillion dollar “Build Back Better” spending plan, for example.
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Hunter Biden, the president’s controversial son, met with Biden and foreign business leaders from China and Russia a number of times at the Delaware residence while Biden served as vice president, according to information gathering from Hunter’s laptop.
When former President Donald Trump hosted a Japanese delegation at his Mar-a-Lago resort in 2017, it caused outrage in the mainstream media. ABC News said it raised “ethical questions” about “potential conflict of interest” in the Trump administration.
The Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) eventually sued the Trump Organization for records of Trump’s meetings at his Florida resort.
“While we won access to those records, we never got much, as the Secret Service came out and said they were not vetting the president’s meetings, the Trump Organization was,” CREW spokesperson Jordan Libowitz told the Post.
“I have not seen any reporting that there is a ton of official business and outside meetings being done when Biden goes to his personal residence in Delaware for the weekend, mainly just going to church,” he reportedly added.
“If he were meeting with foreign heads of state at his house in Delaware, that would obviously be a different matter, though.”
Do critics know if Biden is hosting foreign heads of state at his private home?
Don’t bother asking the Secret Service for the information. They have no records to share.
The Horn editorial team