While Democrats publicly called on the President to make this new memo public, they weren't sure that would actually happen.
At the White House, officials weren't saying much about what Mr. Trump might do.
"I'm not going to characterize his feeling, but just walk you through the process that we will be considering it just as we did the Nunes memo," said spokesman Raj Shah.
Mr. Trump now has five days to decide whether or not to release the Democratic memo; last week, he gave the go ahead for the GOP memo, which charged that the FBI had not informed a secret intelligence court that it was using material from the controversial "Steele Dossier."
Earlier on Monday, two GOP Senators released a redacted memo in which they claimed that a supporter of Hillary Clinton at the State Department was funneling information to Christopher Steele, in a bid to further undermine the findings of the former British intelligence operative.