The White House is refusing to provide details on how many people had access to classified documents belonging to President Joe Biden that were stored in a garage at the White House.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Tuesday that she was “not aware of any specific numbers” when asked about the incident.
The documents were discovered in the garage after Biden took office in January. It is unclear who had access to the documents, but the White House said that it was taking steps to ensure that such incidents do not happen again.
Psaki also said that the White House was working with the National Archives and Records Administration to ensure that all of the documents were properly secured.
The incident has raised questions about the security of classified documents at the White House, and it has prompted the Biden administration to review security protocols.
The White House has said that it takes the security of classified documents seriously, but it has not provided any details on how many people had access to the documents or how they were stored.