The Secret Service asserted on Sunday that President Joe Biden’s residence in Wilmington, Delaware does not have any visitor logs, where he has reportedly spent 163 of his days in office.
After his attorneys discovered secret documents hidden in the house’s garage, critics questioned who might have paid Biden’s house a visit.
The “Big Guy tracker” of the Republican National Committee shows that Biden has visited his Wilmington home 49 times and spent a total of 163 days there. How long Biden stayed at the house between leaving the White House in 2017 and taking office in 2021 is unknown.
There are concerns about who might have had access to the confidential information given the length of time Biden has spent at the house.
Biden’s private attorneys discovered five more sensitive documents at his residence on Thursday. Biden’s attorneys initially searched his home and the Biden Penn Center for secret materials, but the White House has failed to say why.
Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Rep. James Comer (R-KY) questioned the White House on Sunday about why Biden’s private attorneys were still searching his house for secret records after a special counsel was appointed. Comer’s query has not yet received a response from the White House.
Comer also demanded access to visiting logs from Biden’s Wilmington residence.
The Secret Service asserted on Sunday that there are no visitor logs for the house. “Because it’s a private property, we don’t separately maintain our own visitor logs,” according to Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.
Biden’s failure to keep track of visitors to his Wilmington residence was also confirmed by the White House.