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Donald Sterling isn’t President of the United States, but he is a west coast version of the east coast Donald, President Donald J. Trump.


What if the west coast Donald wanted it bad enough?


As a billionaire real estate man, fake President Donald Sterling would have introduced his own incredible cast of family members to a national audience, at least those who don’t remember his act from 2014.


Back then he owned the LA Clippers, and lots of other stuff. Lots and lots.

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In the 1960s, Sterling also purchased Lesser Towers, a pair of large apartment buildings in the Westwood area of Los Angeles, and renamed them the Sterling Towers (now the Sterling International Towers). In 1976, he leased the California Bank Building on Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, and renamed it Sterling Plaza.

As of April 2014, he owned 162 properties in Los Angeles.

Both Dons like their name in lights.


President Trump didn’t get to own an NFL team. Instead he got another team, the Miss America team. Since then the comments on the way he handled his team came across as more than a little creepy. Unless playing peek-a-boo in a woman’s dressing room qualifies as normal.


If a fake President Donald Sterling had learned how to appeal to a larger base than his NBA team and SoCal real estate empire, the world would have reviewed his life under a bigger microscope.


One of the highlights got him banned from the NBA for life.


Sterling was irritated over a photo (his girlfriend) Stiviano had posted on Instagram, in which she posed with Basketball Hall of Fame player Magic Johnson. Sterling told Stiviano: “It bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you’re associating with black people”, and, “You can sleep with [black people]. You can bring them in, you can do whatever you want”, but “the little I ask you is … not to bring them to my games”


This from a man who owns an NBA team and doesn’t want his girlfriend associating with league royalty?


Fake President Donald Sterling lost his LA Clippers for running his mouth; real President Donald Trump ran his all the way to the White House.


Because Don Sterling was an NBA owner, he crossed many platforms with headline news.


Sterling’s ownership was viewed critically. ESPN The Magazine in 2009 named the Clippers the worst franchise in professional sports. Uncharacteristic for an owner, Sterling in 2010 heckled players on his own team—with Baron Davis receiving the harshest treatment—while the owner sat courtside during home games. In late April 2014, following news of racial remarks, Sporting News described Sterling as “one of the worst owners in basketball for decades”, while The New York Times and Forbes called him the “worst owner” in sports, and an analyst noted that under Sterling’s ownership, from his purchasing the Clippers in 1981 through 2013-14, the Clippers achieved the worst winning percentage in all four major American sports leagues.


This Donald was a deal maker like the master of the deal Donald.


Only the transparency is different.


In 1955, Sterling married Rochelle (“Shelly”) Stein, with whom he had three children: Scott, Chris, and Joanna. Joanna’s husband, Eric Miller, served as the Clippers’ director of basketball administration, voluntarily leaving after Sterling sold the team.


Thinking Jared Kushner?


Sterling and Shelly became estranged at the end of 2012, when he moved to a mansion in Beverly Hills, California, after she kicked him out of their beach house in Malibu, California, following a family Christmas dinner in which he was arguing with a mistress on the phone.


The unhappy ending between the two didn’t begin with that phone call. What could they have been arguing about during Christmas dinner, between counting blessings and passing the dressing?



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By May 2014, according to multiple doctors Sterling was in the early developing stages of Alzheimer’s disease. He was deemed mentally unfit to continue to lead the financial affairs of the Sterling Family Trust, clearing the way for his wife Shelly to sell the Los Angeles Clippers on his behalf despite his protests.


Four years from now seems a long way? This is President Donald Trump commenting on fake President Donald Sterling in 2014. From


Trump also called into question the mental state of Sterling, saying that he “seems close to incompetent.”

“I think he could be out of it, frankly, based on his actions,” Trump said. “He could be pretty much out of it in terms of his whole mentality.”


The times they are a changing?
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