So much for the transparency administration.
They’ll tell the public who physically went into the White House.
But if you want to discuss your business in secret, just fire up Zoom and hold a virtual meeting with whomever you want in the West Wing.
According to the Daily Caller:
The Biden administration won’t answer questions on a recent decision to not publish the White House’s virtual visitor logs.
The issue was first raised in a Monday piece from Politico noting that despite multiple pledges from President Joe Biden and other top administration officials to reinstate the practice of publishing the full White House visitor logs, the White House would not be doing the same for the president’s virtual meetings.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki also dodged a question on the subject at Monday’s briefing. Real Clear Politics’ Philip Wegmann asked Psaki directly why that decision had been made, noting that publishing virtual meeting attendees is important for transparency during the pandemic and that doing so “would be easy to do.”
“He’s meeting with members of the Senate virtually today,” Psaki responded. “There, I’ve released it for you. What else would you like to know?”
Typically snippy and thin skinned of Psaki