Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington prevailed in a lawsuit allowing it to get visitor logs for President Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence.
According to the watchdog group, the Department of Homeland Security will turn over the visitor logs and CREW will post them publicly by September.
MAJOR CREW VICTORY: as part of our lawsuit, the gov't has to turn over Mar-a-Lago visitor records by Sept. 8th. We'll be making them public.— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) July 17, 2017
"The public deserves to know how is coming to meet with the president and his staff," CREW Executive Director Noah Bookbinder said.
Bookbinder added meetings at the White House also need to be public. That lawsuit is still ongoing.
CREW was joined by the National Security Archive and the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University in its lawsuit, which was filed in April.
Former President Obama's administration first began releasing logs of White House visits in 2009, eventually making public roughly 6 million visits or appointments.
The current White House website for visitor records is blank with text reading "Stay tuned as we continue to update WhiteHouse.gov."