White House visitor logs released by the administration are incomplete, listing mostly people taking part in group tours or public social events but at times leaving out visits by lobbyists, campaign donors and friends, according to a government watchdog group.
Although the Obama administration is the first to publicly release White House logs, an investigation by the non-partisan Center for Public Integrity, released Thursday, found what it called “holes” in the records.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said this was not a matter of trying to conceal information from the public, however. He said the glitches occurred because these security records were not designed for public release.
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