Biden orders Congress to release Trump White House logs

Washington (AP) — President Joe Biden has ordered the release of the Trump White House visitor log to the House Commission investigating the January 6, 2021 riots.

The Commission searched for a pile of data from the National Archives, including records of the president Trump fought to keep secrets. The record published to Congress is a visitor log showing the booking information of individuals who were allowed to enter the White House on the day of the riot.

White House adviser Dana Remus said in a letter sent to the National Archives on Monday that Biden considered Trump’s allegations. For the best interests of the United States. “

The Commission is focusing on Trump’s actions since January 6, when he waited hours to tell his supporters to stop violence and leave the Capitol. Investigators are also interested in the organization and funding of the Washington rally when Trump told his supporters to “fight like hell” on the morning of the riot. Among the unanswered questions is how closely the rally organizers coordinated with White House officials.

A Trump spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the decision.

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