White House will no longer tell the public about Trump's calls with foreign leader
First Lady Melania Trump looks on as President Donald Trump receives a two-arm handshake President Vladimir Putin.

After promising to be the most transparent president in history, President Donald Trump is locking down yet another part of his White House.

According to the White House, calls with foreign leaders will no longer be released to the public. Typically, the press office would list the calls on the schedule or publish information that the call occurred. In some cases, a readout would be made available to the public.

Rep. Jerry Nadler (R-NY) said that it's yet another example of the president thinking that the American people aren't entitled to know what deals he's cutting with other countries.