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CBS sports analyst Doug Gottlieb caused quite a bit of controversy Thursday night when after being introduced during the network's NCAA coverage, he joked about being the only white guy on a panel of black former basketball players.
"I don't know why you guys ask me, I'm just here to bring diversity to this set, give kind of the white man's perspective," Gottlieb said during the show.
And as the night wore on – Gottlieb's critics started pile on – calling the comment racist and inappropriate.
ESPN's Mark May even tweeted:
After Doug Gottlieb's ignorant comment on CBS he should be canned
— Mark May (@mark_may) March 29, 2013
The sports analyst later released a statement through CBS saying quote:
"It was not a smart thing to say and I apologize"
But was the joke really out-of-line?
OutFront tonight: Columbia University professor Marc Lamont Hill, CNN Contributor LZ Granderson and political comedian Dean Obeidallah.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Reverend Franklin Graham, the president and CEO of Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Organization about his call for the U.S. to take Kim Jong Un seriously.
Reverend Graham has visited North Korea four times - most recently in 2011 when he met with some of the country's top officials.
His family's relationship with North Korea spans decades. His mother Ruth attended high school in the 1930's in what is now North Korea.
His father - the reverend Billy Graham - became the first foreign religious leader to preach in Pyongyang in 1992. Billy graham also met with North Korea's leader at that time, President Kim Il Sung - the current leader's grandfather.
Giovanni Di Stefano called himself the devil's advocate. The lawyer who took on notorious clients that no one else wanted, like Saddam Hussein - it turns out that he wasn't an attorney.
He is in prison for duping his clients - and the world.
Atika Shubert is outfront with the story.