The White House has remained silent on many classified documents, such as the intelligence reports on the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. There are several possible reasons why the White House has chosen to remain silent on these documents. First, the White House may be trying to protect the identity of intelligence sources or methods that were used to identify and locate bin Laden.
Second, the White House may be seeking to prevent any potential legal implications or repercussions that could result from releasing the documents.
Third, the White House may be respecting the wishes of foreign governments that may have been involved in the raid and who have not authorized the release of any such documents.
Finally, the White House may be seeking to protect national security by preventing the release of sensitive information that could be used by terrorist groups or hostile states.