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‘Why Did You Paint Your Face Brown?’: Two Girls Grill Justin Trudeau About Blackface Photos in Awkward Interview

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has once more apologised for dressing up in blackface after being grilled by twin ladies throughout a clumsy interview.

The Liberal Party prime minister instructed the 2 ladies he was sorry for hurting individuals and knew donning blackface was flawed in an look on the comedic Facebook Watch present New Mom, Who Dis? hosted by Jessi Cruickshank.

In a teaser clip of the interview, which airs in full at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Trudeau additionally admitted he “didn’t know” carrying blackface was flawed when he did it.

The first image of the Canadian prime minister sporting blackface was revealed by Time magazine on September 19 and was later adopted by one other picture of the then-teacher in blackface at a faculty expertise present.

A video of the prime minister in racist make-up was additionally revealed by Global News in September. Trudeau apologized for carrying racist make-up after the primary image was revealed.

He later instructed media that he did not know what number of occasions he had appeared in blackface however was requested whether or not he may “round to the nearest five” at a September marketing campaign occasion.

During Trudeau’s interview on New Mom, Who Dis?, Cruickshank gave a gaggle of youngsters visitor starring on the present an opportunity to ask Trudeau questions.

Two twin ladies stood up and requested him: “Why did you paint your face brown?”

A visibly uncomfortable Canadian prime minister stated: “It’s one thing I should not have performed as a result of it harm individuals. It’s not one thing that it is best to do and that’s one thing that I discovered.

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“I did not understand it again then, and I do know it now, and I’m sorry I harm individuals.”

When the ladies requested whether or not he painted his nostril and his palms brown, Trudeau stated: “Yeah, and it was the flawed factor to do. And I had a superb dialog with my children round taking duty for errors and ensuring that we’re all the time sticking up for one another, and never teasing one another, and being respectful in direction of one another.”

Trudeau additionally apologised to the 2 ladies and kids who confronted “teasing and discrimination due to the color of their pores and skin.”

“That’s simply not proper on this nation or anyplace world wide and all of us must work collectively to make it possible for it does not occur.”

The Canadian prime minister’s grilling on New Mom, Who Dis? will not be the primary time he has come beneath scrutiny this week for his historical past of carrying racist make-up.

Conservative Party chief Andrew Scheer dubbed Trudeau a “phony” and a “fraud” unfit to run Canada in a Monday election debate, and particularly introduced up the truth that the prime minister didn’t understand how usually he had worn blackface.

A CBC News poll tracker for the Canadian federal elections set to happen on October 21 has Trudeau’s Liberal Party within the lead with a polling common of 34.three % with the Conservative Party lower than a degree behind on 33.9 %.

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