On Fox and Friends this morning we got to see an in-depth profile of Doug Wilder, who broke down racial barriers in the 1990s when he was elected governor of Virginia.

It was the final installment of Harris Faulkner's inspiring series celebrating Black History Month. This week, she offered us an exclusive glimpse into what it was like to meet Wilder.

Wilder joked that he must have gone "crazy" when he decided to get into politics, but wanted to help people and "do the best possible job" for the people of Virginia.

Harris asked what he would like his legacy to be.

"Mine would be that people would see that I did everything that I could with what I had and that I tried to do just that," said Wilder.

Watch the feature above, and check out the rest of Harris' in-depth profiles:

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