White House Won’t Release Visitor Logs

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The White House said Friday that it would not release lists of individuals who visit the White House, citing “grave national security risks and privacy concerns.” The decision comes after groups sued for access to the visitor logs, which are maintained by the Secret Service.

The Obama administration released visitor logs monthly, but the White House Counsel’s Office had the ability to redact any parts of them. This created a “facade” of transparency, a Trump White House official told Time magazine. The logs will be kept secret for at least five years after Trump leaves office. Read more at TIME.

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  1. Picnics great. The nation can relax knowing even the mafia can visit unannounced to the public. We know they have had ties given to Trump in the past. National secure gift. Missing transparency. Go Trump.

  2. One thing is sure. Anti Semitic rats like Al Sharpthon will not be allowed to sleep over in the White House like he did countless times in the Obama era. I trust Trump who is guests are and feel safer with or without the list. Obama had a list but they were full of Jew haters.

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