Dear President Trump,
The American people deserve to know what has been hidden from them by these corrupt players within the government, DOJ and FBI.
It is time to make these documents public and let the American people decide.
If you wish to truly Make America Great Again then restoring some needed faith in the political machinery of the USA is an absolute necessity to your credibility as President, your administration's credibility , and the credibility of future administrations.
That Americans will not tolerate anything less than "real" transparency from the people they chose to elect into government.
Using the hidden information contained in these documents as a "bargaining chip" against further actions against you Mr. President and your administration by the Democrats reduces your position and place in the eyes of all those Americans who are watching your next move very closely.
Please release the FISA and other related documents now sir and let the cards fall where the may and should.
If you have nothing to hide then you have nothing to fear by releasing these unredacted documents Mr. President.
Americans are counting on you their President to do right by them.
Make America Great Again, Make America Free Again,-RP
"And in his latest informal chat with the New York Post from behind the Resolute Desk, the president threatened once again to retaliate against Democrats if they try to "play tough" by investigating him - this time by declassifying a wide swath of "devastating" documents related to the Mueller probe, which he had initially planned to do in September before changing his mind.
"If they want to play tough, I will do it," Trump told the Post in an interview Wednesday. "They will see how devastating those pages are."
According to the Post, Trump would hold on to the documents and release them when it's time for a "counterpunch".
"It’s much more powerful if I do it then," Trump said, "because if we had done it already, it would already be yesterday’s news."
Democrats have threatened to investigate his business dealing, relationship with Russia and his tax returns, among other alleged transgressions - something Trump characterized as "presidential harassment."
"If they want to go and harass the president and the administration, I think that would (be) the best thing that could happen to me because I’m a counter puncher and I will hit them so hard, they’ve never been hit like that," Trump said. "You know what? I think that will help my campaign. That will be the beginning of my campaign as president."
Trump said he hesitated to release the documents because his lawyer, Emmet Flood, had advised him not to - instead recommending that he wait for a more politically advantageous opportunity.
"He didn’t want me to do it yet, because I can save it," Trump said.
The president also pushed back on the notion that all the Justice Department documents should eventually be released for the sake of transparency.
"Some things maybe the public shouldn’t see because they are so bad," Trump said, making clear it wasn’t damaging to him, but to others. "Maybe it’s better that the public not see what’s been going on with this country.""