President Joe Biden has reportedly spent 163 days of his presidency at his home in Wilmington, Delaware, where the Secret Service claimed Sunday no visitor logs exist.
Critics have raised questions about who might have visited Biden’s residence after his attorneys found classified documents stashed in the home’s garage.
In total, Biden has spent 163 days over the course of 49 trips to his Wilmington residence, according to the Republican National Committee’s “Big Guy tracker.” It is unknown how many days Biden spent at the home after leaving the White House in 2017 and before assuming the Oval Office in 2021.
The considerable amount of time Biden has spent at the home raises questions about who might have had access to the classified documents.
On Thursday, Biden’s personal attorneys found five more classified documents stashed at Biden’s home. The White House has refused to explain why Biden’s attorneys initially searched Biden’s residence and the Biden Penn Center for classified documents.
Rep. James Comer (R-KY), House Oversight Committee chairman, asked the White House on Sunday why Biden’s personal attorneys were continuing to search his home for classified documents after a special counsel was appointed. The White House has yet to respond to Comer’s question.
Comer also asked for the disclosure of visitor logs from Biden’s home in Wilmington.
On Sunday, the Secret Service claimed no visitor logs exist from the residence. “We don’t independently maintain our own visitor logs because it’s a private residence,” Secret Service Spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.
The White House also confirmed Biden has failed to keep records of who visited his Wilmington home.