- President Donald Trump has given full approval to the US intelligence agencies like the CIA and the FBI to declassify all allegations and scandals linked to the 2016 presidential election
- Before now, the allegation that Trump colluded with the Russian government and Hillary Clinton's secret email scandal have been shrouded in secrecy
- But on Wednesday, October 7, Trump gave official consent for documents on these issues to be made public
The Donald Trump-led administration has taken another groundbreaking decision on investigations into some activities that characterised 2016 presidential campaigns.
There had been a dark cloud of secrecy about the probe into President Trump's alleged collusion with the Russian government during his election bid in the last poll and Hillary Clinton's email scandal.
In fact, there are claims that some top officials of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have refused to release documents linked to the probe despite Trump's order to the contrary.
However, on Wednesday, October 7, the United States' leader stamped his foot on the ground and ordered the declassification of all documents that have been hidden before now.
His tweet read:
The US president revealed that he had given this order long ago but it was taken slowly by the security agencies because, according to him, this is perhaps the greatest political crime in the history of America.
"All Russia Hoax Scandal information was declassified by me long ago. Unfortunately for our Country, people have acted very slowly, especially since it is perhaps the biggest political crime in the history of our country."
Meanwhile, Trump sent a message to citizens of the United States of America on his new health status.
In a tone of optimism, President Trump said that he would be leaving the Walter Reed Hospital in Bethesda very soon and make America great.
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