PRESIDENTIAL TRANSPARENCY: A
In 2008 President Obama promised to be the "most transparent administration in history". However his administration scandals including Bhenghazi, Operation Fast and Furious, Russia uranium scandal, the IRS scandal, the NASA spying scandal and the unconstitutional implementation of Obamacare, all in which pertinent information was held from the American people, certainly damaged Obama's transparency claim.
9/1/17: There has been no other President in the history of America that has been more transparent to the American during his Presidency than Donald Trump. He has been quick, sometimes too quick, to share his thoughts with the American people via social media. Anything including why he makes decisions, how he feels and what is said in his private meetings, are all instantly shared daily to the people through his social media accounts, specifically Twitter. However some of his Twitter tweets have created a firestorm of controversy.
10/1/17: Unlike any other President in American history, Donald Trump has so far held several rallies across the country for the American people as President. Sticking with his election campaign rally concept, Trump uses the rally platform as way to connect directly to the people, bypassing (and criticizing) the blatantly biased media. President Trump has consistently stated the rallies ensure that his message and actions are not misconstrued by the mostly, anti Trump media.
10/21/17: Trump ordered the release of the final set of documents on the JFK assassination. He stated he would release the tens of thousands of never-before-seen documents left in the files related to President John F. Kennedy’s assassination held by the National Archives and Records Administration. 2,800 documents were released to the public on 10/26/19. There were 676 more JFK assassination records released on 11/3/17. The releases to date are as follows:
July 24, 2017: 3,810 documents
October 26, 2017: 2,891 documents
November 3, 2017: 676 documents
November 9, 2017: 13,213 documents
November 17, 2017: 10,744 more documents released