Pressure builds for Northam to resign.
UPDATE: Feb. 2, 2019 at 4:29 p.m. ET
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said in a statement on Friday that he appeared in a "racist and offensive" photo, but on Saturday, Northam said it wasn't him in the picture.
"I take credit for recognizing that this was a horrific photo that was on my page, with my name, Ralph Northam, above," he said, in a press conference. "I looked at it. My first impression, actually, this couldn't be me."
"But there was so much hurt that I was feeling, people were calling. So I reached out and apologized to people for this very picture being on my page."
"And I have continued to discuss that as we have gone forward. And what has happened is that last night, I finally had a chance to sit down and look at the photograph in detail. It is definitely not me. I can tell by looking at it. I have had friends also look at it and tell me it's not me."
Northam said that he darkened his skin for a dance contest in San Antonio that same year to imitate Michael Jackson.
The legislative Black Caucus continues to demand Northam's resignation after his remarks Saturday.
"In light of his public admission and apology for his decision to appear in the photo, he has irrevocably lost the faith and trust of the people he was elected to serve," the caucus said in a statement. "Changing his public story today now casts further doubt on his ability to regain that trust."
ORIGINAL STORY: Virginia Legislative Black Caucus 'Demands' Governor Resign After Blackface, KKK Photo Surfaces
The Virginia Legislative Black Caucus is calling on Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, to resign, as "it is clear that he can no longer effectively serve as governor." A photo released on Friday from Northam's senior medical school yearbook page shows a man wearing blackface and another wearing a Ku Klux Klan robe.