Biden White House not releasing virtual visitor logs as watchdogs call for transparency
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The Biden administration will not release White House virtual visitor logs, Fox News has confirmed, as watchdog organizations call on President Biden to do so in the name of transparency.
A White House official told Fox News that the administration does not plan to share the names of attendees of virtual White House meetings — which have become the norm amid the coronavirus pandemic. FLASHBACK: PSAKI PROMISES 'TRANSPARENCY' A White House official also told Politico on Monday it would not release virtual logs. "Virtual meetings will not be subject to release — in the same way that previous administrations didn't release phone logs — but we're planning on regularly releasing the attendee lists for in-person meetings at the White House," the official told Politico. The…