(PartiallyPolitics.com) Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) is pushing for the White House to release information regarding who has had access to President Biden’s Delaware residence following the revelation that a number of classified documents were found in his home.

Recently classified documents from the Obama era have been found in two different locations in Biden’s Delaware residence. As Comer wrote in a letter sent to Ron Klain, Biden’s chief of staff, this could potentially lead to a lot of risks in regard to national security, which is why the White House needs to release the information from the visitor log.

Comer, who chairs the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, along with many other Republicans has been overly critical over the information that Biden had in his possession a number of classified documents kept in two unauthorized locations. Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday also appointed a special counsel who would lead the investigations into the classified material. The special counsel is also tasked with determining the legal repercussions of the case.

Many in the Republican party have noted that Biden’s mishandling of documents could have posed risks to national security. This is why Comer is trying to gain access to all documents and communications that have taken place on Biden’s property or in Biden’s office where the other batch of classified documents have been found. Comer is also asking for the identity of Biden’s aides that found the documents to be released.

The White House has maintained that throughout this entire process, they have fully cooperated with the agencies and authorities in charge.

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