Shared February 8, 2019
A top US Republican has joined a growing list of politicians under fire over racially insensitive photos and costumes.
It has emerged Virginia Senate majority leader Tommy Norment was the editor of a college yearbook in 1968 that featured racial slurs and blackface photos.
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