What transparency? Despite promises, Biden admin still won’t release White House virtual visitor logs

President Biden’s administration has vowed to release White House visitor logs. But that allegedly does not include virtual visitor logs that record the primary method of interaction between selected parties and the president due to the pandemic.

There are a number of things the White House has not implemented that have Biden’s critics upset. After former President Trump left the White House, Biden committed his administration to reportedly restoring transparency to the White House. But that has not happened, apparently.

Politico has listed a number of issues: “The schedules for the president and vice president aren’t posted online. The White House comment line is shut down. There are no citizen petitions on the White House’s website.” Add to that list the White House virtual visitor logs not being released either.

Another sticking point is the fact that Biden has not held a personal news conference yet. He met virtually with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, but there was no news conference held as there usually is.

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