According to White House, No Visitor Logs Exist for Biden’s Delaware Home 

Visitor logs do not exist for President Joe Biden’s Delaware home, where classified documents from his time as vice president to Barack Obama were found, because it is a private residence, according to information from the White House Counsel Monday.

“Like every President across decades of modern history, his personal residence is personal. But upon taking office, President Biden restored the norm and tradition of keeping White House visitors logs, including publishing them regularly, after the previous administration ended them,” said the White House Counsel’s office in a statement that echoed word-for-word what Ian Sams, White House Counsel, said Sunday.

Republican James Comer of Kentucky, chairman of the House of Representatives Oversight Committee, demanded the release of visitor logs for the President’s Wilmington home after more classified documents were located in his garage and office. 

The President’s legal team said it located classified documents related to his time as vice president, first at his Washington think-tank and then at his Delaware home. Saturday, his lawyers reported finding five additional pages at his home, following the discovery at his D.C. think tank in November, which wasn’t publicly disclosed only a week ago after a CBS News report. 

Merrick Garland, U.S. Attorney General, named a special counsel Thursday to investigate President Biden’s handling of the sensitive government documents. The investigation into the President is separate from the investigation into former President Trump’s handling of classified documents. 

Comer vows to keep pushing for answers on classified documents

Rep. Comer is vowing to continue to press for answers on the documents, even after the White House announced there were no visitor logs at the President’s Delaware home. 

“President Biden promised to have the most transparent administration in history, but he refuses to be transparent when it matters most,” said Comer in a statement to Fox News Digital.

“The White House, National Archives, and the Justice Department withheld information from Congress and the American people about classified records found in unsecure locations from Joe Biden’s time as a vice president,” Comer continued. “The American people deserve transparency, not secrecy. We will continue to press the Biden Administration for answers about who had access to these classified documents and why Biden aides were permitted to rummage through the Wilmington residence after the appointment of a special counsel.”

The Secret Service stated on Sunday that although a detail is assigned to Biden’s home, they do not record visitors. 

“We don’t independently maintain our own visitor logs because it’s a private residence,” said spokesman Anthony Guglielmi to reporters.