Justin Trudeau seen in pictures with color makeup

The image was published by Time magazine and was taken from the yearbook 2001 West Point Gray Academy Private School. Photo: Globe and Mail.
Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

The Global News television network obtained a video of the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, coffee with makeup on his face, pretending to be a person of color, raising his hands and sticking out his tongue. The recording dates from 1990. This is the third time in less than 24 hours, the top leader of the Liberal party has been seen in similar circumstances because of his behavior in the past.

Photo taken from Canadian Global News.

The first image was published by Time magazine, where Trudeau appears with a turban and his face fully made up in dark tones, pretending to be Aladdin. The photographs were taken in the framework of a costume party, whose theme was “The Arabian Nights” and published in the yearbook 2001 from the Academia West Point Gray, British Columbia private school, where Trudeau served as a teacher.

The second scandal-causing image was taken when Trudeau was a high school student and dressed up as the Jamaican Harry Belafonte to perform the song known as "El Calipso Bananero" in a talent show.. In the photography, Justin is seen again with dark makeup on his face and an afro as a wig.

Justin Trudeau in a ent Talent Show” performing a Harry Belafonte song. Photo: Twitter/RobertFife.

By the photographs, the Prime Minister has already apologized to the population, saying that you take responsibility for your life decisions, "I shouldn't have, but at the time I didn't feel like I was racist, but I know it was racist. I apologize deeply ".

The images have come to light when Trudeau is in the midst of a political campaign to be re-elected Prime Minister., although several corruption cases also weigh on his figure. But nevertheless, your government has been open to receiving more immigrants than other countries in the world, treat them with respect and have lifted anti-immigrant laws left by the Conservative government in 2015.

Federal voting will take place next 21 October.