A photo of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in brownface swept the internet Wednesday night. Then, we got a second photo of the leader in blackface back in high school.
He promised there were no more.
It appears that he lied.
Global News has just shared an exclusive video it obtained showing the prime minister donned in racist makeup yet again. The image is blurry, but you can see Trudeau waving his arms in the air and sticking his tongue out.
BREAKING: Global has a video of a third instance of blackface.— Ezra Levant ?? (@ezralevant) September 19, 2019
Trudeau was asked last night if there were any other occasions.
He said there was just two -- as a teacher and as a high schooler.
This video shows a third occasion.
He's still lying.https://t.co/L2ie5sJxkj
A senior member of the Liberal campaign confirmed it was Trudeau early Thursday morning but would not comment further, Global News explains.
The first controversial photo that appeared on Tuesday showed Trudeau with a painted brown face at an “Arabian Nights” party held by the West Point Grey Academy in Vancouver in 2001. He was teaching at the private school.
The second picture featured him in blackface at a high school talent show, where he performed the song, "Day-O."
He admitted to both instances.
"I dressed up in an Aladdin costume and put makeup on," Trudeau told reporters. "I shouldn't have done that."
"I shouldn't have done that": Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologizes after a photo surfaced of him wearing brownface at a 2001 "Arabian Nights" party on Wednesday. https://t.co/drdtMZlMzx pic.twitter.com/ojvs6vaR0i— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 19, 2019
Now we await comment on No. 3.