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The NBA's advisory/finance committee held a conference call Thursday to talk about Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, less than a week after a recording of him making racist comments was published online.
Two days after he called the NAACP a racist organization on Twitter, Utah state Rep. David Lifferth (R) issued a surprisingly thorough and candid apology. While arguing that he had made a joke in "poor taste," he stated unequivocally: "I have learned a lot in the past few days. The NAACP is not a racist organization. My logic was flawed."
On Tuesday, four days after the release of a recording featuring Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling making racist comments, Utah state Rep. David Lifferth (R) took to his Twitter account with something to say.
A lawyer representing V. Stiviano, the woman who recorded Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling's recently released racist comments, says his client has never had a sexual or romantic relationship with Sterling, according to The Los Angeles Times.
On Sunday, two days after an audio recording of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling making racist comments was released online, his wife, Rochelle Sterling, told ESPN she didn't condone the statements.
"I'm not a racist," she said. "Never have been, never will be."