A federal judge ordered the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to release logs of visitors to Mar-a-Lago for presidential business by September 8 in response to a lawsuit brought by three government watchdog groups.
Along with the National Security Archive and the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, CREW sued the DHS to obtain the visitor records for Mar-a-Lago, the White House and Trump Tower.
As it stands now, nobody outside the administration knows who is visiting the president at the White House, Trump Tower, or the "Southern White House", the Mar-A-Lago resort in Florida.
But it's unclear who else Trump has met with.
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Access to Mar-a-Lago's visitor logs comes by way of a lawsuit filed in April against the Department of Homeland Security.
Walter Shaub told the New York Times that the Trump administration has ignored long-established guidelines, and that the flouting of ethics rules at home makes it hard for the USA to tackle corruption overseas. "We hoped that the Trump administration would follow the precedent of the Obama administration and continue to release visitor logs, but unfortunately they have not", Bookbinder said in April after the lawsuit was filed. The suit for the White House visitor logs is ongoing. Trump earned $37.2 million from Mar-a-Lago last year, according to his most recent financial disclosure form - a almost 25 percent increase from the previous year. CREW has promised to release these logs to the public upon receipt.
"We are pleased that, following this case, this information will become public for meetings in their private homes, but it must also be public meetings at the White House".
A court in NY has asked to make public the list of visitors of Donald Trump at his residence in Mar-a-Lago in Florida, according to a court decision made public Monday. Obama released the records within four months of each visitor's White House appearance. The pictures, which were posted on social media, sparked concerns that the Trump team handled a sensitive national security issue in public.