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CNN's Lemon Takes a Swipe at Trump After Praising Trudeau's Brownface Apology

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CNN’s Don Lemon took a jab at President Trump while effusively praising Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his apology for wearing brownface.

"Wow, a leader apologizing. It seems odd, doesn't it?" Lemon said in response to Trudeau’s apology. "Because we have one who doesn't."

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Trudeau make no excuses for wearing brownface to an “Arabian Nights” party at the private school he was teaching at in 2001. 

"I shouldn't have done that. I should have known better, but I didn't and I'm really sorry," Trudeau said. "I take responsibility for my decision to do that. I shouldn't have done that. I should've known better. It was something that I didn't think was racist at the time but now I recognize that it was something racist to do and I'm deeply sorry."

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Lemon again defended Trudeau’s handling of the situation before closing out the segment. 

"I do have to say this before we go: think about it however you want to think about it. When someone apologizes- wow!" Lemon said. "We don't often see that here, especially in a world leader who is saying 'I should've known better and I'm sorry.' You can feel about it however you want, but that, to me, that does mean a lot."

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