Trump Jabs Biden For Claim There Are No Visitor Logs At President’s Home: ‘I Have Information On Everyone!’

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Former President Donald Trump was responding to reports that the White House and Secret Service have no visitor logs from Joe Biden’s Delaware home where classified information was found.

So far, three separate batches of classified documents have been found, some of which were kept at the president’s home in Wilmington, Delaware.

Biden admitted some were in a garage next to his Corvette.

Among the whirlwind of reports, Representative James Comer (R-KY), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, demanded visitor logs from the president’s personal residence, where some of the documents were found.

The Secret Service claims they don’t “independently keep our own visitor logs because it’s a private residence.”

That did not sit well with many, including former President Trump.

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Trump warns he has information on everyone

Trump mocked President Biden and suggested security are home is so cramped that he has information on “everyone” who comes to Mar-a-Lago.

“The White House has just announced that there are no LOGS or information of any kind regarding visitors to the Wilmington house and the flimsy, unlocked and unsecured, but now very famous garage,” he posted on his Truth Social media platform.

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“Maybe they are smarter than we think!”

That doesn’t seem likely.

“Mar-a-Lago is a highly secured facility, with security cameras throughout and monitored by staff and our amazing Secret Service,” continued the 2024 presidential candidate. “I have INFO on everyone!”

Trump had his residence in Mar-a-Lago raided by the FBI because he allegedly had classified documents on the property. So far, Biden has escaped the same fate in all of his residences, despite seemingly being in the same predicament.

Biden assured the American people that the documents were safe because the garage where he keeps his Corvette is locked.

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Biden’s Secret Service denies access to visitor logs

Housing classified documents in a garage – which falls far short of security protocols – in a ‘personal home’ seems like a confession.

The issue becomes who else has had access to those documents allegedly linked to Ukraine, Iran and the United Kingdom.

Hunter Biden, seemingly based on Joe’s own say, had access to that garage. Did he have access to those documents, especially regarding Ukraine?

From 2014 to 2019, Hunter served on the board of directors of Burisma Holdings, one of the largest privately owned natural gas producers in Ukraine.

The other problem with the lack of visitor logs in the Biden house is the fact that, as recently as October, Biden was estimated to have “worked” out of Delaware for a quarter of his presidency.

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Most people assumed it was the “keep Biden in the basement” approach that helped him win the presidency in the first place. But there is no way to know who was with him in the house where the classified documents were located. Or who could have seen them.

The Secret Service statement in the visitor logs is curious in itself.

About three months ago, the New York Post revealed that their FOIA requests for visitor logs were rejected by the agency for the second time.

“The Secret Service says it has rechecked and still cannot find any records identifying visitors to President Biden’s Delaware residences,” they wrote.

Such a statement would seem to indicate that they at least tried to find them. Why would they try if they knew, according to the above statement, that they don’t “independently maintain our own visitor logs because it’s a private residence.”

The Post described the Secret Service’s response as “mind-boggling”.

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Comer went even further at the time, insinuating that the administration was lying about Biden’s visitor logs.

“The claim that there are no visitor logs for President Biden’s residence in Delaware is a bunch of malarkey,” he said.

In 2017, White House officials under then-President Trump announced it would keep most of their visitor logs secret, citing “the serious national security risks and privacy concerns of the hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.”

They never claimed they don’t exist, only that they would keep them a secret.

However, Biden directed the National Archives to send the Trump-era visitor logs to the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol.

A government watchdog filed an ethics complaint against the Biden administration on Tuesday.

The group, known as Protect the Public’s Trust (PPT), insists that the American people “will not tolerate a bipartisan justice system — with well-connected insiders subject to a lower level of scrutiny than the normal citizen.”

President Biden promised one of the most ethical and transparent administrations in history if elected in 2020. Clearly, he failed on both fronts.

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