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She says it was a 'painfully white world', which she eventually left behind.
When she was a teenager, her parents adopted four black children, and she felt 'closer to something that felt oddly familiar'.
Race-faker Rachel Dolezal has been confronted by Dr Phil in a hard-hitting interview. However when discussing the scandal, she did admit: 'I'm not perfect.
In a promo for the show which will air on Monday, Dr Phil confronts the white woman who claims to identify as an African-American despite being born in Montana to white parents. I make mistakes.'Dolezal has claimed that she 'was biologically born white to white parents', and compared herself to Caitlyn Jenner, claiming race is 'not coded in your DNA' and should be viewed like gender or religion.