Comer seeks Secret Service visitor reports for Biden's Wilmington home
Republican Representative and House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer of Kentucky has asked the Secret Service to disclose visitor reports from President Joe Biden’s Wilmington residence.
Comer's request for records begins when Biden was vice president.
"The request comes after the Justice Department searched Biden’s home on Friday and found classified materials related to the time when he was vice president. The DOJ is reportedly considering searching additional locations linked to him for classified documents," reports Breitbart.
"Given the White House’s lack of transparency regarding President Biden’s residential visitor logs, the Committee seeks information from the Secret Service regarding who had access to his home since serving as Vice President," Comer wrote in the request to Director of the Secret Service Kimberly Cheatle.
Comer’s letter requested "all documents and communications related to visitor information at President Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware home from January 20, 2017, to present."
🚨@RepJamesComer is calling on the U.S. Secret Service Director to provide all documents, communications, and visitor information maintained for President Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware residence.
The White House’s lack of transparency is concerning.
Americans need answers now. pic.twitter.com/chYSgmXcQC
— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) January 23, 2023
"We don’t independently maintain our own visitor logs because it’s a private residence," Secret Service’s communications chief, Anthony Guglielmi said.
"Biden has spent 163 days at his Wilmington residence over the course of 49 trips, according to the Republican National Committee’s 'Big Guy tracker.' It is unknown how many days Biden spent at the home after leaving the White House in 2017 and before assuming the Oval Office in 2021," reports Breitbart.