Biden’s Secret Service Is Gearing Up For An Investigation

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( – The U.S. Secret Service is gearing up to provide documents of all the individuals that had visited President Joe Biden’s Delaware home in Wilmington if the documents are requested by Congress.

This claim appears to be contradictory as previously the White House had claimed that no visitor logs were being kept for Biden’s Delaware home as it was a private residence. Fox News however reported that the Secret Service recently claimed that they did collect information about those visitors that would regularly come into Biden’s home.

U.S. Secret Service chief of communications Anthony Guglielmi specifically noted that while they do not keep visitor logs in private residences they generally collect a lot of information about the various individuals that might come into the sites that are being protected by the Secret Service.

Any documents that the Secret Service might have in relation to those visiting Biden’s home could potentially be helpful, especially since during Trump’s presidency the agency had claimed not to have any visitor logs. This was reported by POLITICO in 2017 when the Secret Service had claimed that there was no system to track who entered Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.

Last August, former President Trump had his Mar-a-Lago home raided by the FBI. There they seized a number of classified documents that had not been returned to the National Archives.

More recently classified documents dating back to the Obama administration were found in Biden’s former private office at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C., and his home in Delaware. Following the discovery, the Republicans have been pushing for investigations into the possible effects of the classified documents being mishandled.

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