(TheRedAlertNews.com) – According to recent reports, President Joe Biden spent 28% of his first year in office at his Delaware homes, a figure that draws concern from transparency experts considering Biden’s homes are exempt from disclosing visitor logs.
On Monday night, Biden returned to the White House after spending time in his Wilmington, Delaware home. When questioned about his frequent stays at home, his press representatives responded, saying the President likes being home.
Yet critics are uneasy about his frequent stays outside the White House, wondering who could be attempting to influence public policy while visiting Biden or his family.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, a conservative legal group fighting for White House visitor log transparency, voiced his opinion on Biden spending so much time at home.
“Generally speaking, the American people have a right to know what the President is up to. This President specifically changed policy to disclose who’s been visiting the White House presumably.” But Fitton pointed out how Biden refusing to be transparent about who visits his Delaware homes “makes a mockery of that transparency.”
Despite his vow to lead the most transparent administration of any previous administration, critics believe the President is failing.
Biden has spent part of 101 days of his first year in office in Delaware –– often at his primary residence in Wilmington or a Rehoboth Beach vacation home. The President is also trailing behind predecessors in interviews and press conferences, conducting his second solo White House press conference on the last day of his first year as President.
Now, citing FOIA, critics are demanding Biden release the visitor logs for his Delaware homes with legally defined redactions for national security and privacy concerns. But White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed it would not take place.
This announcement that Biden’s private residences would be exempt from visitor log transparency triggered concern from transparency advocacy groups regarding who Hunter Biden could be inviting to dinner.
Discussing the matter, Fitton said Biden was “the one who had Hunter at the vice president’s office meeting with his business partners.” Besides, Biden has also admitted to discussing policy with his son, who has plenty of foreign clients and could present a conflict of interest and a potential source of undue influence.