"Hillary Clinton is considering granting an interview to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos. The announcement came from her campaign spokesman: ABC’s George Stephanopoulos." -- NewsBusted host Jodi Miller
ICYMI: Rick Santorum announced his 2016 presidential run yesterday. Also, ICYMI: Santorum is considered among the longest of long-shots. Also, also ICYMI: Santorum's first post-announcement interview was with George Stephanopoulos -- he of previously-undisclosed donations to the Clinton Foundation.
In an interview with newly announced Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Thursday’s Good Morning America, co-host George Stephanopoulos tried to put the former Pennsylvania senator on the spot: “Rand Paul had something...Show More Summary
Just as advertisers flee the Duggars, politicians who had been close to the 19 Kids and Counting family are also speaking out. “I was sickened by it. I was just sickened by it,” Rick Santorum told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos about allegations that oldest son Josh Duggar had confessed to inappropriately touching minors when he was a teenager. Show More Summary
It looks like ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos isn’t the only one affected by his Clinton Foundation donation scandal. His wife, author and actress Ali Wentworth, is cancelling appearances to promote her upcoming book Happily Ali...Show More Summary
Rick Santorum, former GOP senator from Pennsylvania, announced to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview that he’s officially joining the race to be the Republican nomination for POTUS in 2016. "I'm ready to do this again," Rick Santorum tells me on joining the 2016 race. Show More Summary
Conservatives such as radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt defended CNN’s Jake Tapper after news broke he was going to speak at a Clinton Foundation function, which came on the heels of ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos’ donations news.
Despite Republican uproar over George Stephanopoulos's donations to the Clinton Foundation, Rick Santorum gave his first official campaign interview to the ABC News anchor.
Still recovering from sharp criticism over his donations to the Clinton Foundation, ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos will resume high-profile political reporting on the 2016 race–coverage that some called into question because...Show More Summary
The revelation that ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation, even serving as a featured attendee, panel...
Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Tom Purcell I don’t know why everyone is so up in arms that alleged newsman George Stephanopoulos donated $75,000 to a private foundation co-owned and operated by a woman who hopes to be president. Georgie...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) George Stephanopoulos acted as an advocate for the Clintons and the Clinton Foundation when Peter Schweizer appeared to discuss his book Clinton Cash on This Week with the Democratic Operative. I noted Stephanopoulos’s...Show More Summary
On Thursday, I had a post about a sign in Manhattan, put up near ABC News. The sign showed Hillary Clinton and George Stephanopoulos, and it was none too flattering (of either). Heck, I even took the photo — of the sign, I mean. I’m thinking of putting “photojournalist” on my business card. In the post, I wrote, “... Show More Summary
You know you're in trouble if you're a liberal TV host and a reporter with the far-left Huffington Post demands you receive the same punishment as NBC News anchor Brian Williams: suspension “for six months without pay and his future cast in doubt.” That's what Denny Dressman called for in an article entitled “The Stephanopoulos Verdict: Nothing Less Than Williams Got.”
Stealthy political street art has been popping up in major cities across the country, targeting Hillary Clinton, Maxine Waters, President Obama, and more. George Stephanopoulos is the newest “victim.” First
While some people seemed very surprised that ABC News’ Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos had failed to disclose $75,000 in donations to the Clinton Foundation, there is nothing surprising about his close relationship with Bill and Hillary Clinton. That’s because, before starting his career in journalism, Stephanopoulos spent four years in the Clinton White House as […]
In the wake of the ongoing controversy surrounding ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos and his failure to disclose $75,000 worth of donations to the Clinton Foundation, and now news of his $105-million contract with the network, Politico decided to tout the “frugal habits of his wife” actress Ali Wentworth.
One fringe benefit of the George Stephanopoulos Clinton Foundation scandal in which ABC's This Week host failed to disclose that he donated $75,000 (plus lots of time) to that organization while interviewing "Clinton Cash" author Peter Schweizer is that it has inspired some really hilarious street art. Show More Summary
So I guess we're all supposed to be shocked to learn that people on high-profit network TV make money: ABC has plenty of reasons to be freaking out over the George Stephanopoulos scandal -- 105?million, to be exact. The “Good Morning...Show More Summary