Secret’s Out: Key Development on Biden Visitor Logs in Documents Case

The Secret Service is “gathering” information on the heels of Republican senators demanding the agency turn over a list of “all individuals” who have visited locations where President Joe Biden’s classified documents have been found, the agency told the Washington Examiner.

Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson wrote to the Secret Service on Monday in a letter first obtained by the Washington Examiner and requested the visitor logs. Now, the Secret Service said it is evaluating that letter and is “currently in the process of gathering” various information, as well as “working through appropriate channels” to locate what “may be responsive to Congressional inquiries.”

“We are in receipt of Senator Grassley’s letter and it is currently is being reviewed,” said Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesman for the Secret Service, adding that the agency doesn’t maintain “formal and comprehensive visitor logs for protectee residences.”

“What I mean by that is there is not a system of validated visitor logs like you find at the White House or other government facilities that fall under the Presidential Records Act,” he continued in an email to the Washington Examiner on Wednesday morning. (Read more from “Secret’s Out: Key Development on Biden Visitor Logs in Documents Case” HERE)

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