Unofficial Visitor Logs Shows Which Pennsylvanians Visited the White House

white-house-north-2007-djSince taking office in January, President Trump has brought hundreds of guests into the White House, including many from Pennsylvania.  

Politico compiled a list of visitors during Trump’s administration after the administration decided it would not release the visitor logs to the media.  

The list includes 22 people from Pennsylvania, including elected officials, business leaders, a medal of honor winner, and a Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year.  11 of the elected officials were Republicans, and three were Democrats.  

The Republican elected officials were Senator Pat Toomey; U.S. Representatives Lou Barletta (R-Luzerne), Mike Kelly (R-Butler), Bill Shuster (R-Somerset), Charlie Dent (R-Lehigh), Ryan Costello (R-Chester), and Pat Meehan (R-Delaware); Berks County Commissioner Christian Leinbach, Chester County Commissioner Terence Farrell, Bucks County Commissioner Rob Loughery, and Chester County Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh.  

Governor Tom Wolf, Senator Bob Casey, and Attorney General Josh Shapiro were the Democrats who had visited.  

President of the Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police John McNesby, US Steel CEO Mario Longhi, Philadelphia-based Arbill CEO Julie Copeland, founder of AlumiSource Gabe Hudock, Alcoa executive vice president Michelle O’Neill, and Alcoa CEO Roy Harvey represented Pennsylvania’s business community to Trump.  During the 2016 campaign, Hudock hosted Trump at AlumiSource for a policy speech in his Monessen facility.  

Walter Marm Jr., the only living recipient of the Medal of Honor in Pennsylvania, and Rebecca Foxwell, the winner of the 2016 Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year award, also had visits documented by Politico.

6 Responses

  1. BOB CASEY IS DEFYING THE RESISTANCE AND TALKING TO OUR CHEETO AND CHIEF! WHAT A TRAITOR! VOTE CASEY OUT IN 2018!

      1. So you agree that Robert Casey is working with Trump?? In my mind, that’s enough to write him out in 2018!

  2. Informative. This is news; the article told me something that I did not know and am interested in knowing. More of this kind of reporting would be useful.

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