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In short order and seemingly at the convenience of President Joe Biden, the White House’s characterization of his Wilmington, Delaware home has changed from being used for official business during his frequent stays to being strictly “personal,” according to White House Counsel.

Fox News reported that during an early 2022 press briefing when queried as to Biden’s ability to work from the Delaware residence, then Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters, “I will note that, while every president can work from anywhere they are because that is how presidencies are equipped, he is traveling to Delaware for the memorial service of a family member. And he will be — that is why he’s traveling there this weekend,” adding, “The president has the capacity to make a secure call from anywhere he is, yes.”

This provides the clear implication that Biden has used and continues to use the property to conduct the official business of the American people as president and is capable of making and receiving “a secure call” at the location “because that is how presidencies are equipped.”

However, this seems to have been contradicted by the White House counsel on Monday with spokesman Ian Simms telling the media,

“Like every president across decades of modern history, his personal residence is personal.”

Before adding an unrelated point that “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.”

White House visitor logs accomplish little when the controversy at hand is who has visited the Wilmington home where classified documents were illegally stored.

Congressman James Comer (R-KY), chair of the House Oversight Committee said in a letter to White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain, “President Biden’s mishandling of classified materials raises the issue of whether he has jeopardized our national security.”

He explained to Klain that, “Without a list of individuals who have visited his residence, the American people will never know who had access to these highly sensitive documents. The committee demands transparency into whether any individuals with foreign connections to the Biden family gained access to President Biden’s residence and the classified documents that he has mishandled for years.”


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According to CBS News, the Secret Service has responded to similar inquiries that it does not maintain visitor logs for personal residences of presidents.

“Secret Service does not maintain logs of comings and goings at [presidential] private residences,” said Secret Service spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi.

Fox News reported that Biden has used the property to hold legislative meetings with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) in another ex-officio use of the home.

Congresswoman and Chair of the House Republican Conference Elise Stefanik (R-NY) tweeted, “Joe Biden spent 167 days at a home where classified documents were illegally stored, his corrupt son was paying him nearly 50k a month in rent, and there were NO visitor logs.  What is he hiding?”

White House Special Counsel Richard Sauber described the collection of the classified documents in a Saturday statement, per CBS News:

“Because I have a security clearance, I went to Wilmington Thursday evening to facilitate providing the document the president’s personal counsel found on Wednesday to the Justice Department. While I was transferring it to the DOJ officials who accompanied me, five additional pages with classification markings were discovered among the material with it, for a total of six pages. The DOJ officials with me immediately took possession of them.”

Biden defended the storage of the documents with the implication that they were secure by noting they were “in a locked garage” alongside his prized Corvette rather than “sitting out in the street,” when questioned by Fox News’ Peter Doocy.

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