The Three Things Donald Sterling Got RightMay 13, 2014
It’s always exciting when a major news outlet actually wants to know what I think about something. So you can imagine how thrilled I was when CNN requested my take on Donald Sterling’s interview. Sad to say, I continue to think that Mr. Sterling’s interview was the worst public apology I’ve ever seen. Still, he got a few things right (read the op-ed piece to find out which ones). For his family’s sake and the well-being of his team, I sincerely hope someone will keep him off the air for the foreseeable future.
To read my op-ed, go to http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/13/opinion/bloom-sterling-apology/.
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