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(Studio: Reena Ninan) Report introduced.
(Richmond: Ed O'Keefe) The refusal by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to resign over the blackface scandal examined; 1984 photos from his medical yearbook page shown; details given about the calls for him to resign. [At press conference, NORTHAM - reads a statement that he is not in that photo as he said yesterday; that he did not appear at that party, but darkened his face for a Michael Jackson costume.] [Black MAN - says he should resign.] [Jan. 30. on radio, NORTHAM - explains late-term abortion procedure.] How Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax could replace Northam as a black governor noted. The response of Fairfax discussed.
- Ninan, Reena;
- O'Keefe, Ed
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