The White House is refusing to reveal how many people could have accessed classified documents related to President Joe Biden that were left in an unlocked garage. The documents, which included Biden’s Social Security number and other personal information, were discovered by a contractor and reported to the Secret Service.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that the documents have since been secured, and that the Secret Service is conducting an investigation into the matter. However, when asked how many people could have accessed the documents, Psaki said that the White House would not be providing any further details.
The incident has raised concerns about the security of the President’s personal information, and the White House’s ability to keep it safe. Psaki said that the White House takes security and privacy of the President’s information very seriously, and is committed to ensuring that the same level of security is provided to all of its personnel.