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White House: No records of visitors to Biden's Wilmington home


White House:

There are no records of visits to Biden's house in Wilmington.

The White House Counsel's Office said there were no records of visitors attending President Joe Biden's home, in Wilmington, Delaware, where he left classified documents.

The chancellor's office added to Fox News Digital:

"Like every president through decades of recent history...

his personal residence remains personal ".

But when he took office

President Biden restored the rule and tradition of keeping White House visitor records

including posting them regularly

after the previous administration terminated those records

keeping independently the records of visitors to Biden's Wilmington home.

The Secret Service provides security for property

  • but does not keep records of such visitors
  • and Biden identifies who is allowed to enter the property by his staff.

Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said "the Secret Service does not independently keep visitor records at Wilmington's home because it is a" private residence. 

James Comer :

chairman of the U.S. House Oversight Committee

asked for records of visitors to President Joe Biden's home in Wilmington


after secret documents were found in his office and parking garage.

Biden is currently facing a special counsel investigation into his handling of classified documents after finding at least two hideouts at his home in Wilmington and a pro-Biden think tank in Washington, D.C.

Over the weekend, the White House disclosed that on Thursday, it had found five more pages of classified paperwork at Biden's residence in Wilmington.

The White House Counsel's Office said it

would forward all :

future questions to the Special Counsel's Office.

  • In a letter to Ron Klein, the chief of staff at the White House

  • Hoews Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer of
  • the Kentucky Republic requested more documents

and communications related to

the inspection of Biden's homes and other locations by aides to the president to obtain classified documents, as well as where visitors register President Wilmington's home from January 20, 2021 to the present.

"It is disturbing that confidential documents have been improperly stored in President Biden's home for at least six years, raising questions about who may have reviewed or accessed classified information," 

Comer wrote in the speech.

As Chief of Staff

you are the President's Chief Executive Office and you have a responsibility to be transparent with the American people on these important issues related to the White House's handling of this issue. "