Government watchdog to reveal Trump's Mar-A-Lago visitor logsStaff Writer | July 17, 2017
A government watchdog group will publicly release visitor logs of President Donald Trump's South Florida residence, Mar-a-Lago, it announced Monday.
America Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
The decision comes after litigation by the watchdog group in conjunction with the non-government organizations National Security Archive at George Washington University and Columbia University's Knight First Amendment Institute.
The three NGOs sued for release of visitor's logs from the White House, Mar-a-Lago and Trump Tower in Manhattan. The lawsuit regarding the White House is still pending. DHS has said it has no records of visitors to Trump Tower. ■