SEE IT: Biden Builds Gigantic Half-Million Dollar Wall Around His Delaware Home


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President Joe Biden is reportedly building a massive privacy fence around his home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. A report from the Daily Mail notes that an entire side of Biden’s beach home is walled off by tall white fencing and gray stone pillars.

“The front of the property now has a half-wall of gray stone with an opening where cars may enter the driveway. The project has a price tag of nearly half-a-million dollars. Images of the newly erected wall, which can now be exclusively revealed by, come despite the Biden administration’s efforts to stop the construction of the border wall,” the Daily Mail reported.

“Plans to put up fencing around Biden’s beach home began in 2021 when the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded a contract for additional security barriers at the president’s private residence at the beach in Delaware. Since the plan is a government contract, taxpayers will foot the $490,324 bill for the purchase and installation of security fencing. The new price is a nearly $34,000 increase from the original contract price with Turnstone Holdings, LCC. It’s unclear the reason for the increase, but inflation hikes and supply chain delays could have hit the project – just like it hit every other American,” the outlet added.

Republicans are demanding answers on the lack of transparency on visitor logs from Biden’s Delaware home.


“The White House has dodged questions on a report that the Secret Service claims to have no records on who has visited Biden’s home, where the president has spent more than 25% of his time since he took office. By comparison, the visitor logs to the White House have been released,” Fox News reported.

Kentucky GOP Rep. James Comer said: “President Biden has spent a large amount of time at his Delaware residence since assuming office. Americans deserve to know who President Biden is meeting with, especially since we know that he routinely met with Hunter’s business associates during his time as vice president. The Biden Administration must provide transparency to the American people.”

South Carolina Republican Rep. Nancy Mace also demanded answers from Biden over his Delaware visits, arguing that everyone who comes “into close proximity with the President, in an official or personal capacity, is screened by the Secret Service” and that their record of coming close to the president “exists somewhere.”

“It’s bad if there is official business being conducted and they aren’t telling us with who,” Mace said. “It’s even worse the Administration is using the Secret Service to excuse its complete and total lack of transparency.”

Last month, the U.S. Secret Service admitted that no records exist of who Biden has met with at his Delaware home. The agency said no records exist of those visits as a New York Post Freedom of Information Act request was denied, Fox News reported.


In a letter dated September 27, Secret Service deputy director Faron Paramore wrote, “the agency conducted an additional search of relevant program offices for potentially responsive records,” according to the paper. “This search also produced no responsive records,” the letter read. “Accordingly, your appeal is denied.”

In April, the Secret Service said it did not have any records of who President Joe Biden meets with when he is at his home in Delaware, where he has spent considerable time during his presidency.

He has spent around a quarter of his first year as president at his residences in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, but not much is known about any official meetings he has had or any lobbying efforts that took place, the New York Post reported.

Biden’s Delaware trips have also cost taxpayers at least $11 million since the start of his presidency, a Fox News analysis determined.

Fox News reported:


Biden has made 57 trips to Delaware, spanning all or part of 185 days, according to data from former CBS correspondent Mark Knoller. The trips require taxpayer dollars to fund costs associated with the use of either Air Force One or Marine One, as well as security costs for the Secret Service.

Most of the trips involved direct travel between the White House and Delaware. Biden has made 101 flights between the White House or Joint Base Andrews and Delaware — 71 flights using Marine One and 30 using Air Force One, according to Knoller. Public documents from the Department of Defense comptroller show that the Marine One helicopters used by the president cost between $17,065 and $20,206 per hour.

Air Force One’s operational costs are $177,843 per hour, and the trip to Delaware takes roughly 30 minutes, according to the president’s schedule. This puts the total operational costs for the trips, including each method of transportation, at about $4 million.

“Documents obtained by the New York Post last year showed a Secret Service cost of $1.96 million on the president’s first 16 trips to Delaware. A per-trip cost from these data applied to the president’s now 57 trips leaves an approximate $7 million tab for taxpayers,” the outlet reported.

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