Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered a fresh apology to his fellow Canadians on Thursday over his blackface and "brownface" scandal -- and left open the possibility that more photos of him in the racist makeup could surface. Speaking to reporters in Winnipeg, Trudeau said he was "deeply sorry" for appearing in three images with the skin-darkening makeup. "What I did hurt them," Trudeau, the son of late former Canada Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, said of his constituency. "The buck stops with me and I have a responsibility." The Liberal Party leader stopped short of putting an exact number on the amount of times he's dressed up in blackface.
Juan Williams, FNC Political Analyst & Co-Host of the Five weighs in.