House GOP demands visitor logs in Biden classified docs case

WASHINGTON (AP) — Newly empowered House Republicans on Sunday demanded the White House turn over all information related to its searches that have uncovered classified

documents at President Joe Biden's home and former office in the wake of more records found at his Delaware residence. “We have a lot of questions," said Rep. James Comer,

chairman of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee. Comer, R-Ky., said he wants to see all documents and communications related to the searches by the Biden team,

as well as visitor logs of the president's home in Wilmington, Delaware, from Jan. 20, 2021, to present. He said the aim is to determine who might have had access to classified

material and how the records got there. The White House on Saturday said it had discovered five additional pages of classified documents at Biden's home on Thursday, the

same day a special counsel was appointed to review the matter. In a letter Sunday to White House chief of staff Ron Klain, Comer criticized the searches by Biden

representatives when the Justice Department was beginning to investigate and said Biden's “mishandling of classified materials raises the issue of whether he has jeopardized our

national security." Comer demanded that the White House provide all relevant information including visitor logs by the end of the month. Appearing on CNN's “State of the

Union,” Comer referred to Biden's home as a “crime scene" though he acknowledged that it was not clear whether laws were broken.