The White House Counsel’s Office revealed in a statement today that no visitor logs exist for President Joe Biden’s Delaware home where classified documents were discovered. This information came out when a pack of Republicans wanted the visitor logs after classified documents were found in Biden’s garage, but the White House had to give GOP members the bad news – that no visitor logs exist for that home, according to Biden lawyers.
Fox News further reported:
“Like every President in decades of modern history, his personal residence is personal,” the White House Counsel’s Office told Fox News Digital on Monday. “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.”
In another related report, Hunter Biden was allegedly paying almost $50k in a claim that he lived there and owned the property. A document found on Hunter Biden’s laptop shows he paid almost $50,000, or claimed to pay, to live at the house with the same exact address as the house where classified documents were found. It was on a file titled “background screening test” and Hunter Biden claimed on that document that he paid $49,910 per month to live in the Delaware home back between March 2017 and February 2018. Also, Hunter Biden claims to have owned the property, according to the same document.
The document was posted by Miranda Devine who posted it on Twitter after it was discovered by the Washington Examiner when they did a report on Hunter’s laptop.
Merrick Garland tapped someone to investigate Joe Biden. Escalating the situation to a further degree was Attorney General Merrick Garland who named Robert Hur as Special Counsel for investigating the classified documents linked to Joe Biden.
Fox News reported that the White House lawyers contacted the DOJ after they located the other classified documents, but it remains unclear if anyone, including Joe Biden, had read any of the documents once his tenure as vice president came to a close.