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The 'fake interpreter' isn't the only one who deserves criticism.

As with most nontroversies, there is no there there.

I met Nelson Mandela in 2003, at his 85th birthday celebration.

The first post-apartheid president of South Africa ushered in that nation’s new constitution, which protects gays and lesbians from discrimination.

Mandela transformed his nation from oppressive regime to one of the most inclusive democracies on the planet.