Wife of top DOJ attorney visited White House 28 days, visitor logs show
Her visits have picked up in frequency since she first came to the Biden White House in 2021.
Fatima Gross Graves, president of the National Women's Law Center and wife of Biden-appointed U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves, visited the White House at least 28 days during the Biden administration, official records show.
Her visits have picked up in frequency since she first came to the Biden White House in 2021, when she visited four days.
Graves visited the White House five days in March 2022, as well as three in September and three in December of that year, in addition to other sporadic visits throughout the year.
Records for 2023 are only available through March, but in three months alone, she visited 10 days, mostly in February and March.
Conservative commentator Julie Kelly raised concerns about Graves' visits to the White House.
"Fatima Graves’ seemingly all-access pass raises serious ethical questions considering her husband’s key role in prosecuting thousands of Trump supporters," she wrote, referring to how Matthew Graves, as D.C. Attorney General, is a key prosecutor in Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot cases.