And you thought Donald Sterling was bad. Robert Copeland, the police commissioner of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, called President Obama the N-word and not only won't apologize, he's standing by his statement. Now the residents of Wolfeboro are calling for his resignation.
In an email to his fellow commissioners, Copeland wrote, "I believe I did use the 'N' word in reference to the current occupant of the Whitehouse. For this, I do not apologize -- he meets and exceeds my criteria for such," according to the Associated Press.
On Thursday, residents crowded a meeting in which the town's residents demanded his resignation, only Copeland wasn't having it. When a TV reporter confronted the embattled police commissioner with a microphone, he said, "I'm going to think about what's been going on, and I'll decide. Now get that thing out of my face!...Please."
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