"Good Morning America" host George Stephanopoulos grilled senior Donald Trump aide Kellyanne Conway on Friday about the president-elect spreading fake news through social media. Fake news is a major issue across the media landscape these...Show More Summary
Donald Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway appeared on Good Morning America with George Stephanopoulos on Friday morning. The two discussed a Trump tweet from Nov. 27 in which the president-elect alleged that he won the popular vote, “if you deduct the millions of people who voted...
This right here is why Americans HATE the media. ABC News is claiming that Trump’s senior adviser Kellyanne Conway dodged a question from Clinton sycophant, George Stephanopoulos, concerning Donald Trump
Via Mediaite: George Stephanopoulos of Good Morning America grabbed one key question by the tail in his morning interview with senior Trump aide Kellyanne Conway and refused to let it go, sending the usually unflappable Conway into a debate ditch. Show More Summary
George Stephanopoulos posed the question during a 2007 interview: "What's success for you in this campaign?" The goal is victory, then–presidential hopeful Rep. Ron Paul answered. "That's not going to happen," Stephanopoulos replied. This was just before Paul's campaign took off. Show More Summary
The defiant president-elect tells on-air stars like Lester Holt, Charlie Rose, George Stephanopoulos and Wolf Blitzer they got it all wrong.
Wolf Blitzer, Charlie Rose, and George Stephanopoulos are among those attending.
Megyn Kelly joined ABC's Good Morning America today and explained to host George Stephanopoulos how Fox News' Roger Ailes sexually harassed her in detail. Kelly said, "He tried to kiss me three times, and so I rejected that and whenShow More Summary
On today’s edition of ABC’s “This Week,” Rudy Giuliani was asked by George Stephanopoulos, who wants Trump impeached, about Hillary Clinton’s sore loser claim that she would have won the election but for the interference of the FBI director James Comey. Show More Summary
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus spoke with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos (who is also a former Clinton operative) this...
George Stephanopoulos raised the prospect of the impeaching Donald Trump during the Thursday edition of "Good Morning America." The post ABC’s Stephanopoulos Wants Trump Impeached appeared first on RedState.
George Stephanopoulos leads coverage.
Nate Silver of the ESPN-owned forecasting website FiveThirtyEight has become more bullish on the prospect of a Hillary Clinton victory. Speaking with George Stephanopoulos on ABC, the high-profile prognosticator revised his election odds, giving the former Secretary of State a 78% chance of victory, up from 72% earlier in the day. Silver chalked up the […]
On Monday's GMA, ABC's George Stephanopoulos hounded Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway on James Conway announcing that the FBI would not change its findings on the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal. The Clinton Foundation donor wondered,...Show More Summary
While Reince Priebus was on ABC News “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” when he wasn't trying to raise the latest Trumped up rumors about Hillary Clinton's alleged email scandal, he said something that was so thick with hypocrisy...Show More Summary
George Stephanopoulos let Clinton Campaign Chair John Podesta speak uninterrupted on ABC's "This Week" Sunday morning. He did not offer the same...
The wife of ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos declared that if Donald Trump wins, the couple is moving to Australia. That’s according to the Hollywood Reporter in a piece on how celebrities will react to the election. Ali Wentworth is an actress, notable for appearing on Seinfeld.
Empty threat of the day
AS IF THERE WEREN’T SO MANY OTHER REASONS TO VOTE FOR HIM: “Ali Wentworth would rather go down under with husband George Stephanopoulos: ‘If Trump wins, we’ll start looking at real estate in Sydney, Australia. No crime, no guns.’” Flashback: Stephanopoulos discloses $75,000 contribution to Clinton Foundation.
Why are these Hollywood twits encouraging so many people to vote for Donald Trump? Ali Wentworth would rather go down under with husband George Stephanopoulos: “If Trump wins, we’ll start looking at real estate in Sydney, Australia. No crime, no … Continued