Rep. Comer Demands Visitor Logs From Biden’s Delaware Home

House Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer (R-KY) was rebuffed by the White House on Monday in his demand that the administration turn over visitor logs for President Joe Biden’s Delaware home.

White House counsel told Fox News that no visitor logs exist for the Wilmington residence, saying “like every President in decades of modern history, his personal residence is personal.”

Comer said on Sunday that the committee has “a lot of questions” and wants to see all documents and communications concerning searches for classified materials. It was then that he asked for visitor logs for the president’s residence from Jan. 20, 2021 to the present day.

The representative declared his intention to know who may have accessed the files and how the materials ended up in Delaware.

The White House confirmed on Saturday that it unearthed five more pages of classified papers at Biden’s home on Thursday. That, coincidentally, was the same day that Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a special counsel to investigate the mishandled documents.

On Sunday, Comer sent a letter to White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain slamming the searches conducted by Biden’s investigators just as the Justice Department was beginning its investigation. It was in this letter that the Republican demanded the visitor logs.

Comer wrote that the president’s “mishandling of classified materials raises the issue of whether he has jeopardized our national security.”

After Monday’s revelation that no visitor logs exist for the Delaware residence, Comer doubled down on his intention to keep the pressure on the Biden administration for answers. He mocked the president’s commitment to having “the most transparent administration in history.”

Comer told Fox News Digital that Biden’s words ring hollow when “he refuses to be transparent when it matters most.”

He also went after the National Archives and Justice Department, who he said “withheld information” from lawmakers and the public. Comer said the American people are getting secrecy when they “deserve transparency.”

He further questioned why Biden’s aides were allowed to rummage through the president’s Delaware home after the special counsel was appointed.

The stench of secrecy surrounds the mishandled classified documents scandal, and the Biden administration is doing everything but helping its cause. Important details are being closely guarded, and it is up to Republicans in Congress like Comer to dig for the truth.

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