Politico by Josh Gerstein
February 16, 2018
The Trump administration has agreed to settle a pending lawsuit by making monthly public postings of details on visitors to some parts of the White House, such as the Office of Management and Budget and the drug czar’s office.
However, there is no sign the Trump White House plans to reverse its decision to abandon the Obama administration’s policy of releasing information on visitors to the White House’s core offices, including the senior officials in the West Wing.
The non-profit group Public Citizen filed suit last August, arguing that the Secret Service had illegally rebuffed requests for visitor logs for White House offices covered by the Freedom of Information Act.[READ MORE]