The New York Times ------- The White House announced on Friday that it will cut off public access to visitor logs revealing who is entering the White House complex and shut down a disclosure website containing a wide range of government data. The decision breaks with past practice and returns a cloak of secrecy over the basic day-to-day workings of the administration. The decision reverses a move by the Obama administration, which released more than six million White House visitor records, even as it fought successfully in federal court to keep some of the information secret. It followed months of speculation over how President Trump, who has rejected basic standards of presidential transparency — including the release of his tax returns — would handle the matter of revealing who comes and goes at the White House. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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