Call him Mr. ABC News. George Stephanopoulos has his regular duties on “Good Morning America,” but he also subbed on “World News” for Diane Sawyer last week before heading down to Washington, D.C. to host “This Week” Sunday. And he was back in on “GMA” this morning. Don’t be surprised if you see him turn up on “World News Now” one of these overnights.
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