Former President Trump's belief that a president may declassify papers with a mere thought makes him more dangerous.
During the aftermath of the FBI's raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago club, where they sought records he had kept there after leaving office.
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and a consistent opponent of the 45th president .
Trump says he has declassified all the papers, but prosecutors say around 100 of them are classified.
According to Trump, "there doesn't have to be a process," as he said in a Fox News interview last week.
Moreover, "if you're president of the United States, you can declassify merely by saying it's declassified.