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White House visitor records revealed after Trump administration refuses to release them

Alexandra Wilts
ProPublica obtained records on who White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney met with (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

ProPublica has published the White House visitor records that the Trump administration tried to keep hidden.

The Trump administration fought in court to block public records requests by Property of the People, a nonprofit transparency group, to release the calendars as well as visitor logs from several White House offices.

The information was subject to public disclosure through the Freedom of Information Act.

Lawyers from the group have won their case and released the information and data to ProPublica, which has posted them in a searchable format.

Property of the People received information on the Office of Management and Budget, US Trade Representative, Office of National Drug Control Policy, Council on Environmental Quality and Office of Science and Technology Policy.

The calendar for one of Donald Trump's top cabinet officials, OMB Director Mick Mulvaney, shows that the budget czar has met with a long list of lobbyists, healthcare and Wall Street executives, Trump friend and casino magnate Steve Wynn, and a prominent member of the Catholic group Opus Dei.

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