During his first year in the White House, President Joe Biden has generated a slew of unanswered concerns. In addition, he spent over a third of his first year in office in his two Delaware mansions.

Meanwhile, the White House refuses to release the visitor logs from Biden’s Delaware facilities, obscuring who Biden is meeting with.

Biden spent a stunning 28 percent of his first year in service at both his family home in Wilmington and the more seldom visited beach residence in Rehoboth.

The former is considered to be worth more than $1 million, while the latter is worth $2.74 million in total.

Biden, in particular, spent 99 days of his first 365 days as commander-in-chief in Delaware. Far more interestingly, he spent exactly half of his weekends in Delaware over the past year: 26 out of 52.

Meanwhile, the Democratic president’s refusal to release the names of his Delaware visitors only raises further questions regarding his presidential term and whatever he has to cover up.