Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling sat down with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Monday night to talk about the inflammatory comments he made that got him suspended for life by the NBA. But it's his remarks about Los Angeles Lakers great Magic Johnson that stole the show.
What with nearly being exploded by bombs and all, you might think Anderson Cooper is a little too busy with not dying to take trolls to task. But that is simply not the case. Cooper was reporting from Gaza City on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a subject which gets a lot of people up in arms. Unfortunately for those angry people, if your arms are merely Twitter insults directed Cooper, you're a
As an accomplished newsman, Anderson Cooper is probably used to reporting from volatile parts of the world. But he may have gotten more than he bargained for when a bomb went off during a live report from Gaza City on Sunday.