Bagby said he is still in shock, and "reconciling the man that [Northam] was, and the man that he is today".
On Friday, the embattled Governor acknowledged that he was in the photo, but on Saturday he reversed course, saying he was not in the photo.
So far, Northam has resisted calls for his resignation, and in a press conference Saturday said he didn't recall appearing in the photo and that he was neither of the two individuals depicted on his yearbook page, one dressed in blackface and another as a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
"I can't explain the pictures", he says. Northam had claimed to be one of the men in the photo before denying being either. He said he regrets that specific incident and has "learned from it".
In 1984, when the yearbook was published, prominent black activist Jesse Jackson won the state's Democratic primary for president, and voters in 1990 elected the state's first black governor, Doug Wilder.
Both of Virginia's USA senators, Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, joined the dean of Virginia's congressional delegation, Rep. Bobby Scott, in saying in a statement Saturday night that they no longer believe Northam can effectively serve as governor.
"Ralph will do the right thing for the Commonwealth of Virginia", McAuliffe said.
Demonstrators are seen outside the Governor's Mansion in Richmond on Saturday. Virginia is a competitive state that leans Democratic.
Groups calling for his resignation include the Virginia Democratic Party and the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus.
Even if Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam doesn't heed widespread calls to resign, he has lost the support of virtually all of the state's Democratic establishment.
Stephanopoulos pressed Moran on his argument that Northam should stay in office, pointing out that it would be nearly impossible to govern when so many have called on him to step aside.
They added, "Governor Northam has served the people of the Commonwealth faithfully for many years, but the events of the past 24 hours have inflicted huge pain and irrevocably broken the trust Virginians must have in their leaders".
Fairfax said he "cannot condone actions" from Northam's past that "suggest a comfort with Virginia's darker history of white supremacy, racial stereotyping and intimidation". "We can think of no better person than Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax to do so". "Governor Northam should step down, seek forgiveness, and through good deeds earn the respect of the African-American Community".
Northam was pushed repeatedly by reporters to explain why he issued an apology if he wasn't in the photograph.
Northam, standing by his wife Pam, said he believed it was possible some photographs in the yearbook had been switched.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said "Hatred and discrimination have no place in our country and must not be tolerated, especially from our leaders - Republican or Democrat", in a tweet, adding that he "must resign". But after studying the picture and consulting with classmates, Northam said, "I am convinced that is not my picture". Northam was lieutenant governor under McAuliffe. He said he'd never bought or looked at the yearbook before Friday, was in the military during school, and was doing rotations, so didn't participate in the publication. "Instinctively, you know if you put black paint on your face".
On one, the trajectory of a Pliskova second serve initially threatened a double fault but looped in to the world No. 8's relief. On the women's side, all eyes will be on Serena Williams as she aims for Grand Slam number 24. 'There is more matches to win.
The soldiers were members of Iran's Revolutionary Guards. "The attack was an Iranian attempt to strike at Israel". Aziz Nasirzadeh said in remarks made during an interview with a state-owned media site.
Jussie Smollett has been hospitalised after he was reportedly injured by two men in what looks like a homophobic attack. The actor was allegedly attacked in Chicago early Tuesday morning and will travel to Los Angeles to perform on Saturday.
Davis said Cohen would be willing to appear before the House oversight committee in the future but would not appear as planned. Cohen's notice postponing his voluntary appearance in an open hearing before the Committee on Oversight and Reform".
Without Oladipo, the Pacers will be losing their leading scorer, a great on-ball defender, and the leader of their team. The Indiana Pacers have confirmed that All-Star Victor Oladipo is out for the rest of the season.
With an own-goal and a glaring miss, Fernando Llorente failed his audition to be the short-term replacement for Kane. Sane moved five assists clear off second-place Sterling, which played 18 decisive passes throughout the same period.
The victory helped Djokovic move past Roger Federer and Roy Emerson's six Melbourne titles to take sole ownership of the record. Yet both are still chasing Federer's record 20 majors and a least a stake in the debate over being greatest of all.
Senator Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, had no immediate comment, according to an aide. The campaign said it fired him after he tried to grab too much of the spotlight while Stone insisted that he quit.
It's powered by a Snapdragon 855 chipset, has 256GB or 512GB of storage, 12GB of RAM and 5G - the last two are firsts for vivo . Vivo Apex 2019 is the first device in the Chinese company to take advantage of the new 5G connectivity.
Nintendo Delays Mario Kart Tour to Later in 2019
That summer launch is still months away though, and, hopefully, Nintendo will be able to release Mario Kart Tour before that. Mario , there is a Tetris-style falling-block layout where you maneuver different color capsules to kill off viruses .
Storm 5 Alert issued for Middle Tennessee on Tuesday
While the day began with a temperature of - 4 C, Environment Canada says that it will get progressively colder throughout the day. Most of the snow accumulation is likely to occur between 7 PM Sunday and 7 AM Monday.
Maduro foe claims Venezuela presidency amid protests
Vice President Mike Pence released a video today in which he expressed support for Venezuela's opposition and Guaido. Juan Guaido, president of the congress, said the incident is a sign of growing discontent within the armed forces.