At least he didn’t turn on the waterworks this time…

Trudeau’s Latest Apology Is Burning Up Social Media

OTTAWA — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued another apology in the House of Commons Monday — this time to six First Nations chiefs convicted of and executed for murder in 1864.

Trudeau, who recently apologized to homosexuals fired from government jobs in the 1950s and ‘60s, called the apology and exoneration of the chiefs “a new way of doing things.”