Donald Trump speaks at CPAC in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 10, 2011.
**FILE** Donald Trump (Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons)

The Congressional Black Caucus, led by Chairman Cedric Richmond, will host a panel Wednesday examining the constitutional, ethical and national security implications of the Trump administration’s first month in power.

During the panel, experts in those areas will deliver opening remarks and answer questions from CBC members on the impact of the administration’s activities on public safety and security and on the American people’s trust in democratic institutions.

“The Congressional Black Caucus has not stood silent while this White House promotes positions and policies that threaten our communities, and we will not stand silent while this White House condones collusion and conversations that threaten our national security,” Richmond said. “National security should be the top priority of the White House. But time after time the Trump administration has demonstrated that they do not take this priority seriously. Since they don’t, Congress must.”

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