Investigation of Biden-classified documents intensified: intelligence agency ready to release names

As the scandal surrounding President Joe Biden’s classified documents unfolds, the president’s protectors are reportedly poised to add fuel to the fire.

US intelligence could reveal the names of people who visited Biden’s Delaware home, where two stacks of classified documents were kept, the former vice president said FoxNews.

The White House has insisted that no formal records are kept of visitors to the House. However, Fox reported that the Secret Service “collects information about guests who have regular access to the home.”

If Congress requests that information, the Secret Service will release the names of verified guests who might have had access to the classified documents, a source told Fox.

According to Secret Service communications chief Anthony Guglielmi, “The Secret Service does not keep visitation logs to the private homes of beneficiaries of protection.”


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“Although the Secret Service creates law enforcement and prosecution records for various individuals who may come into contact with Secret Service protected sites, we cannot comment further as it speaks to the means and methods of our protection efforts,” Guglielmi said.

When the White House claimed it didn’t keep a log of visitors, many, including National Review’s Andrew McCarthy, were skeptical.

“Don’t think for a moment that the Secret Service doesn’t know who’s visiting Biden’s home,” McCarthy wrote in one piece for the New York Post.

“The Secret Service has a responsibility to keep these private residences secure even when the President is not there. If the FBI told the Secret Service that it’s important to get visitor information like this, do you really think the Secret Service would say, ‘Gosh, I’m sorry, we don’t keep logs of this’?”

It didn’t take long for McCarthy’s hunch to be confirmed confirmed.

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Now that Fox is reporting that the Secret Service not only keeps some records of visitors, but can also share them with Congress, Biden seems to have contradicted the White House.

When he was harassed by reporters about the documents scandal on Tuesday, the President ignored their questions. According to Fox, the reporters were herded from the room by White House staff.

The White House continues to feel the pressure after last week’s revelation that classified documents belonging to Biden’s vice presidency were found in November at the Penn Biden Center, a think tank in Washington, DC.

Additional documents were then discovered at Biden’s home in Delaware.


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The Justice Department has appointed a special counsel to determine why Biden kept those documents for so long, despite not having the authority to do so. Investigation of Biden-classified documents intensified: intelligence agency ready to release names

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