On "Good Morning America" Donald Trump described to George Stephanopoulos his ideal running mate. In the past, he's named Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, and Chris Christie as possible options. Produced by Emmanuel Ocbazghi Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Good Morning America’s George Stephanopoulos on Wednesday continued his role as a Hillary Clinton surrogate, hyping criticism of Donald Trump as “sexist.” The former Bill Clinton operative singled out the businessman’s comment that “if...Show More Summary
Former Bill Clinton operative George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday urged Bernie Sanders to swear “unconditional support” to Hillary Clinton. The Good Morning America co-host played a video clip of the Democratic front-runner and then demanded, “Are you prepared to give her your unconditional support if she gets the delegates?”
RNC Chair Reince Priebus went on ABC News “This Week with George Stephanopoulos" to once again pretend that things with the GOP are going along swimmingly. To show how desperate Priebus is getting to keep his job as chair, he tried to downplay the connection between the Republicans and the Koch Boyz (emphasis mine): STEPHANOPOULOS: Mr. Show More Summary
It's not a done deal, but Republicans have let out one of their big strategies they'll use against a possible Hillary Clinton presidential run - Swiftboating Benghazi. On ABC's This Week, host George Stephanopoulos asked RNC head Reince Priebus to comment on Clinton's new ad against Donald Trump. The 95-second video includes snippets of Mr. Show More Summary
It’s rare for Charles Koch to do interviews with the media, so ABC and George Stephanopoulos did what they could to hype their exclusive interview on This Week on Sunday. And it didn’t matter what Koch said to reporter Jon Karl because Stephanopoulos bent it to mean whatever he wanted it mean. Show More Summary
WHAT WERE THEY THINKING? TWO KEY FIGURES IN HILLARY EMAIL SCANDAL HOST FUNDRAISER WITH STARS OF TV SCANDAL. Scandal airs on ABC, where legendarily objective journalist George Stephanopoulos contributed $75,000 to the Clinton Foundat...
While ABC journalists grilled Ted Cruz on Monday with a Good Morning America town hall, they offered softballs to Hillary Clinton on Thursday. George Stephanopoulos and Robin Roberts showcased questions from the left and included queries about hot sauce and Saturday Night Live. Show More Summary
Former Bill Clinton operative George Stephanopoulos on Thursday conducted a 30 minute town hall with his friend Hillary Clinton. Not once during the Good Morning America discussion did he mention the Democratic candidate’s ongoing e-mail scandal, nor did he note the Benghazi controversy. Show More Summary
Transparency is not for George Stephanopoulos, apparently. He gave $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation last year: ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos failed to disclose his past donations to the Clinton Foundation during an interview with Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton on Sunday. Show More Summary
During an interview on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Hillary Clinton blamed a “constantly changing set of standards” that applies only to her for why she hasn’t released the transcripts of her Wall Street speeches: Stephanopoulos: That [Bernie Sanders] ad does hit the speaking fees that you have had to deal with so many […]
Hillary Clinton’s interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on Sunday was mocked for being billed as a tough one-on-one interrogation,...
When Good Morning America’s George Stephanopoulos scored an exclusive interview with Hillary Clinton, he completely ignored her e-mail scandal. In contrast, when Stephanopoulos and co-host Robin Roberts talked to Ted Cruz on Monday, Roberts played a montage of opponents saying bad things about the Republican.
On Sunday morning's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton missed an opportunity to outclass her opponent when host and former Clinton administration staffer...Show More Summary
On ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday, co-host George Stephanopoulos told Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus that the GOP was “breaking apart” and quoted Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz to bolster his claim.
Former political operative and Hillary Clinton friend George Stephanopoulos may have gone easy on the Democrat when he interviewed her on Monday, but the journalist grilled Ted Cruz when he appeared on GMA, Thursday. After lecturingShow More Summary
Less than a year ago, ABC’s George Stephanopoulos admitted to Politico that he had made $75,000 in undisclosed contributions to the charitable foundation-slash-campaign operation of his former employers Bill and Hillary Clinton. He personally pledged he wouldn’t moderate a Republican primary debate this year. Show More Summary
It’s a sad day for journalism when the women of The View ask tougher questions than ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos. Yet, the co-hosts of the female chat show grilled Clinton on her e-mail scandal, abortion and protecting Christianity. These three topics did not come up when former Democratic operative turned journalist Stephanopoulos talked to Clinton on Monday.
If abortion takes a life, why wouldn't you punish the woman?, George Stephanopoulos asked.
During an interview on GMA this morning, Hillary Clinton told George Stephanopoulos she's not sure about Bernie Sanders' commitment to helping more Democrats get elected in the fall.