Despite maintaining last week that they did not keep logs of visitors to Joe Biden's home in Delaware, the Secret Service admitted on Monday that they have records of individuals who visited the property.
Due to the ongoing controversy regarding Biden's mishandling of highly classified documents, the US Secret Service said last week that it does not maintain logs of visitors at his home.
On Sunday, Anthony Guglielmi, a Secret Service spokesperson, told the Associated Press that the agency does not keep records of visitors to Biden's home. The White House also confirmed that it does not keep logs of its own visitors.
On Thursday, Guglielmi said that the agency does collect information about people who visit protected sites. However, he refused to provide further details regarding the methods utilized by the Secret Service to protect the president and his family.
According to Fox News, a source claimed that if Congress requests information about visitors to the White House, the Secret Service will provide it to them.
The chairman of the House Oversight Committee, James Comer, said last week that Americans should be aware of the individuals who visited Biden's home and the classified documents that were stored there.
On Thursday, a representative of the Oversight Committee confirmed that the panel has multiple options to investigate who may have had access to the classified documents that Biden stored at his home in Wilmington.
In response to a Freedom of Information Act request submitted by the New York Post in April last year, the Secret Service stated that it did not have logs of the individuals who visited Biden's home.
Despite Biden's claims that the documents were kept away from anyone else's access, photos from July 2017 revealed that Hunter Biden was driving his father's vehicle.
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