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Biden White House Will Make Visitor Logs Public: Spokeswoman

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Biden White House Will Make Visitor Logs Public: Spokeswoman

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President-elect Joe Biden’s administration will release White House visitor logs to the public, a spokeswoman said late Friday. “For the sake of clarity—The Biden-Harris Administration will return to the policy of releasing White House visitor logs. Also true that visitors will be limited for some time because safety during the pandemic is top priority,” Jen Psaki, the incoming White House press secretary, said in a statement. Psaki issued the statement after Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, left the White House after meeting with President Donald Trump. Lindell was holding mysterious notes that included the words “martial law if necessary.” Biden’s spokeswoman said she wouldn’t expect Lindell to be at the White House during the new administration. She had earlier Friday refused to answer directly when asked whether the Biden administration would publish visitor logs. Trump’s administration announced in 2017 it would keep the logs of who visited the White …

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