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  George Stephanopoulos | NewsBusters.org
George Stephanopoulos: "...Barack Obama, appearing to rule out the use of nuclear weapons in going after al Qaeda or the Taliban in Pakistan....What he's drawing fire for though is talking about it.
Additionally, Stephanopoulos appeared to go out of his way to attack obscure Democratic candidate Mike Gravel as "the skunk at the party." Perhaps not so coincidentally, Gravel has been a strident critic of Senator Clinton, among others, at recent debates.
May 22, 2007 - 11:37 ET Catching up with George Stephanopoulos' interview on Sunday's This Week with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Stephanopoulos took the opportunity to banter with Pelosi about the possibility of a woman President in front of her on the podium at the next State of the Union.
newsbusters.org /taxonomy/term/218   (2617 words)

 The Saguaro Seminar: Participants: George Stephanopoulos
New York, NY George Stephanopoulos is a Visiting Professor at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a contributor to ABC News, serving as a political analyst on This Week, Good Morning America and other ABC News programs.
Stephanopoulos served in the Clinton Administration as the Senior Advisor to the President for Policy and Strategy.
George Stephanopoulos received his Masters in Theology at Balliol College, Oxford University, England, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar.
www.ksg.harvard.edu /saguaro/stephanopoulos.html   (198 words)

 Media Research Center Spotlight   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Stephanopoulos perpetuated the idea of a Social Security “lockbox” in interview with White House economic adviser Larry Lindsey when he asked if the administration was willing to delay or repeal the tax cut to avoid dipping into the mythical lockbox.
Stephanopoulos, a former Clinton spin coordinator, accused the Bush administration of not lying "for the most part" in its response on what the President knew about terrorist threats prior to September 11.
Stephanopoulos said Bush would only be able to unify the country by compromising on the “big issues” such as taxes, education and health care.
www.mrc.org /mrcspotlight/stephanopoulos/welcome.asp   (1069 words)

 Hobart and William Smith Colleges :: Transcripts: George Stephanopoulos, President's Forum
In welcoming George Stephanopoulos here it's great fun for Mary and for me. We've known George since 1987 when we were both younger (poor George just turned 40 on Saturday, so you know) and he's been a good friend ever since.
George, on a more serious note, your thoughts and feelings about the part that the media played or plays in elections as far as exit polls and predictions.
George W. Bush was an unsuccessful campaign manager for a congressional race in Alabama.
www.hws.edu /news/speakers/transcripts/stephanopoulospresforum.asp   (7529 words)

 CNN.com - Can Stephanopoulos be objective? - May 7, 2002
George is on the verge of being named solo anchor of the ABC news program "This Week." Conservatives are already whining that the media bosses would never do that with a Republican.
He didn't wait five years the way Stephanopoulos is. As soon as he got out of the White House, pretty much, he went to Fox News and was given the job of hosting "Fox News Sunday," Fox's Sunday show, which competes with the show that George appears on.
George Stephanopoulos, during the campaign in the year 2000, labeled the two Democrats running, Bill Bradley and Al Gore, as "basically centrists." To George Stephanopoulos, they are centrists.
archives.cnn.com /2002/ALLPOLITICS/05/07/cf.crossfire   (977 words)

 OpinionJournal - Taste
Stephanopoulos was a Democratic flack in a previous avatar (and a particularly idealistic devotee of Bill Clinton) doesn't mean that he's genetically incapable of refashioning himself into a professional newsman--the ex-Democrat Tim Russert at NBC being the great example of the art of transformation.
Stephanopoulos, Russert and Snow--are a good degree fairer than Bob Schieffer at CBS, a career journalist but a prisoner of the Beltway who wears his tired liberal clichés on his sleeve.
Stephanopoulos would be appropriate reward for his courage--and honesty--in leaving the Clinton camp when the murk there got too heavy for his conscience to bear.
opinionjournal.com /taste/?id=110001815   (768 words)

 Amazon.fr : All Too Human: A Political Education: Livres en anglais: George Stephanopoulos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
A Rhodes scholar with a healthy ego, the young idealist George Stephanopoulos thought he was ready for the obscure governor of Arkansas.
For the next four years, Stephanopoulos was a few feet from the president, advising him on everything from Iraq and Waco to gays in the military and Paula Jones.
Stephanopoulos resigned at the end of the first term and recently condemned the Lewinsky affair as Clintons abandonment of presidential policies and more than a few trusted advisors in order to save himself.
www.amazon.fr /All-Too-Human-Political-Education/dp/0316930164   (751 words)

 Interview on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos
STEPHANOPOULOS: The first round of presidential elections in Iran took place on Friday and two of the candidates have claimed that the ruling mullahs and the military have rigged the elections.
And I think, George, that we look to a day when, really, coalition forces are going to be unnecessary for the kinds of security tasks that are going to be left to the Iraqis.
STEPHANOPOULOS: As you know, there has also been a lot of talk back here in the United States about these Downing Street memos, the minutes of a meeting with Prime Minister Tony Blair in the spring and summer of 2002, where they discussed their meetings with the United States.
www.state.gov /secretary/rm/2005/48299.htm   (2192 words)

 USATODAY.com - Stephanopoulos not up to snuff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
They can't consider it good news that a show long identified with broadcast icon David Brinkley, and briefly led by the respected if ill-cast Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts, is now in the hands of a relative newcomer who is chiefly famous for being disloyal to the president who made him famous.
Stephanopoulos can ask good questions, but compared with Russert and Schieffer, he doesn't press strongly enough to have them answered, though he did at least do better with Tom Ridge on Sunday than he did last week with Condoleezza Rice.
Stephanopoulos is not the entire show, however, or even its best or worst aspect.
www.usatoday.com /life/television/news/2002-11-17-george_x.htm   (585 words)

 'All Too Human' by George Stephanopoulos
Stephanopoulos is a talented writer with a style cobbled from his acquaintances in the press, the presidential speech writers and the entertaining glibness of the TV pundit.
As he tells it, Stephanopoulos was involved in the day-to-day operation of the Clinton administration from its first controversy over gays in the military to the pathetic departure of the controversial aide, Dick Morris, another victim of his sex life.
In his new role as ABC-TV commentator, Stephanopoulos ever-so-mildly disapproved of Clinton’s behavior in the Lewinsky affair and was soon a pariah at the White House.
www.post-gazette.com /books/reviews/19990321review207.asp   (758 words)

 Bozell's News Column -- 05/24/2001 -- Ridiculous George Stephanopoulos
George gave nary a breath of consideration that the party-line 9-to-9 vote on Olson's nomination might be Democratic revenge for the Florida debacle or an ideology-over-competence putsch.
Instead, like a good Democrat, George explained that "Democrats voted against Olson because they're not sure he's been a straight-shooter." And like a loyal Democrat he painted their motives as noble in asking Ken Starr: "Isn't this record of failing to be forthcoming with the Congress evidence that Mr.
Thank goodness for George that partisanship is never a disqualification for serving in the special role of TV network interviewer, provided you're a Democrat.
www.mediaresearch.org /BozellColumns/newscolumn/2001/col20010524.asp   (685 words)

 USATODAY.com - ABC promotes George Stephanopoulos, adds duties   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
George Stephanopoulos' new job title will put him in line with his Sunday morning competitors at NBC and CBS.
The new job title will put Stephanopoulos, an adviser to President Clinton before joining ABC News, in line with his Sunday-morning competitors: Bob Schieffer is chief Washington correspondent for CBS News, and Tim Russert is Washington bureau chief at NBC News.
Stephanopoulos will anchor a one-hour ABC News special on the nation's political divisions next year, Westin said.
www.usatoday.com /life/television/news/2005-12-12-stephanopoulos_x.htm   (257 words)

 Interview on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos
STEPHANOPOULOS: I guess the fear is that the elections actually make it worse, if you have an election where the Sunnis feel shut out by the process.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski says we can't be successful, when you look at the Iraqi security forces, we can't be successful relying on them alone, and that we have to be willing to put in 500,000 troops and spend $200 billion over the next ten years.
STEPHANOPOULOS: There was another report in Newsweek this morning that said the Pentagon is considering what they call the "Salvador option," and under this, U.S. Special Forces would train Iraqi militias like the Kurdish Peshmirga, Shiite militias, to go in on the offense against the Iraqi insurgents themselves.
www.state.gov /secretary/former/powell/remarks/2005/40466.htm   (2083 words)

 Amazon.com: All too Human: Books: George Stephanopoulos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Stephanopoulos has chosen to pick certain evens and discuss them in detail; in doing so, he has compiled a useful handbook for political operatives.
Stephanopoulos has written more than his experiences in the White House; he has written about what working in the White House did to him: the stress, the dilemmas and the obsession with power.
George Stephanopoulos' memoir of working in the White House during Bill Clinton's first term in office makes you feel like a fly on the wall of the Oval Office.
www.amazon.com /All-too-Human-George-Stephanopoulos/dp/0316930164   (2896 words)

 Tim Graham on George Stephanopoulos on National Review Online
As the 2000 campaign began, Stephanopoulos was soon the network's only political analyst and then as the fall campaign began in 2002, he became host of This Week with George Stephanopoulos, something that sounded like a joke in 1996.
Stephanopoulos then interviewed Sen. Mary Landrieu (D., La.), repeating for effect: "I know that members of the Guard and Reserve feel this is their patriotic duty.
Stephanopoulos and all the "news" merchants who echo him believe that the "Dover test" is a sincere measure of democracy, even if it's a ruthlessly media-manipulated democracy suffused in daily images of hopelessness and death.
www.nationalreview.com /comment/graham200501240737.asp   (1278 words)

 George Stephanopoulos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Thursday, Jan. 7, 1999 - 8:00 PM George Stephanopoulos is a visiting professor at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a contributor to ABC News, serving as a political analyst on "This Week," "Good Morning America" and other ABC News programs.
Stephanopoulos was the Executive Floor Manager to House Majority Leader, Richard A. Gephardt.
Stephanopoulos grew up in Cleveland, Ohio with two sisters and a brother.
www.speakerseries.com /spk1999/stepha.htm   (231 words)

 Mental health treatment needs more like George Stephanopoulos: 3/18/99
Stephanopoulos friend and former White House aide Bob Boorstin says he thinks we have come a long way -- in understanding, treatment and acceptance.
Stephanopoulos' detailing of how he sought therapy and took the anti-depressant Zoloft has Boorstin rightly saying, "Whenever anyone talks openly about seeking treatment," it opens the door for others to come forward.
When Stephanopoulos mentioned that his only regret was waiting so long to get help, his sentiments could be echoed among thousands.
www.s-t.com /daily/03-99/03-18-99/c05op066.htm   (785 words)

 George Stephanopoulos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While attending Columbia College, he says he "came into his own." Stephanopoulos received his bachelor's degree from Columbia in 1982, where he was a Truman Scholar, a legendary broadcaster for WKCR Sports, and Phi Beta Kappa.
While at Oxford, Stephanopoulos earned a master's degree in theology at Balliol College on his Rhodes Scholarship.
Stephanopoulos is also believed to be the model for the character of Henry Burton in Joe Klein's novel Primary Colors.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/George_Stephanopoulos   (834 words)

 AllPolitics - Professor Stephanopoulos - Dec. 4, 1996
Stephanopoulos says he's anxious to return the favor and help interest a new generation in public service.(288K AIFF or WAV sound)
In a press conference held at Columbia, Stephanopoulos was asked if he would consider running for office some day.
The transition from the front lines of politics to the academic world is one Stephanopoulos says he's ready to begin.
www.cnn.com /ALLPOLITICS/1997/9612/04/george.columbia/index.html   (462 words)

 George Stephanopoulos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
George Stephanopoulos was the strategist for the Clinton-Gore ticket during the 1992 presidential elections and served as a former White House spokesman.
It read that George Stephanopoulos was going to present a talk titled “Politics; The art of the Impossible” in Seoul the following morning.
This is a brief biography of George Stephanopoulos.
personalweb.smcvt.edu /slee2/george_stephanopoulos.htm   (623 words)

 George Stephanopoulos ......? | Democrats.com
George allowed her to reply in an infomercial format, where she was permitted to say anything she wanted with out question and without a follow up.
Stephanopoulos acted as a journalist he would have selected to air the segment of the hearing where a film was shown of Ms.
George should have confronted her with that clip and then asked he to respond.
www.democrats.com /node/5062   (1256 words)

 George Stephanopoulos: This Week on WCHS-TV8
George Stephanopoulos is the host of This Week with George Stephanopoulos.
Prior to joining ABCNEWS, Stephanopoulos served in the Clinton Administration as the Senior Advisor to the President for Policy and Strategy.
During the 1992 presidential election, Stephanopoulos served on the Clinton/Gore campaign as the Deputy Campaign Manager and Director of Communications.
www.wchstv.com /abc/thisweek/georgestephanopoulos.html   (196 words)

 DoD News: Secretary Rumsfeld Remarks on ABC "This Week with George Stephanopoulos"
STEPHANOPOULOS: But there have been reports at least that a lot of Arab volunteers are flowing into Iraq, flowing into Kuwait.
STEPHANOPOULOS: There's also a report this morning in Reuters, I believe, coming from officials they have on the ground, saying that there's going to be a pause, some U.S. troops there said there was going to be a pause in the military campaign against Baghdad.
STEPHANOPOULOS: But you know, you've used 550,000 troops for what was presumably an easier job back in 1991, pushing Saddam Hussein out of Kuwait.
www.defenselink.mil /transcripts/2003/t03302003_t0330sdabcsteph.html   (3177 words)

 Scoop: Powell - ABC This Week with George Stephanopoulos
STEPHANOPOULOS: The New York Times reports this morning that the administration has decided to scrap the 1994 agreement which gave North Korea Western aid in return for freezing their nuclear program.
STEPHANOPOULOS: We just learned again this morning from the former Secretary of Defense William Perry that in 1994 the United States did contemplate military action against North Korea if they started up their weapons program again, if they started up their nuclear reprocessing.
STEPHANOPOULOS: The New York Times reported this week that Pakistan was a major supplier of technology and equipment to the North Korean nuclear program.
www.scoop.co.nz /stories/WO0210/S00180.htm   (3367 words)

 George Stephanopoulos - Tate Lecture Series - SMU
George Stephanopoulos is an ABC News analyst and a member of the This Week with Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts.
Prior to joining ABC News, Stephanopoulos served in the Clinton Administration as the Senior Advisor to the President for Policy and Strategy, and was a key strategist in both Clinton presidential campaigns.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Stephanopoulos graduated summa cum laude from Columbia University with a B.A. in political science.
www.smu.edu /tateseries/speakers/george-stephanopoulos.asp   (164 words)

 Washington Speakers Bureau: George Stephanopoulos
George Stephanopoulos' presentation draws on his expansive political career - in the White House, on Capitol Hill, as a respected member of the press and now as anchor of ABC's This Week.
A consummate Washington insider, George Stephanopoulos draws on his expansive political career to enlighten audiences and foster lively national debate on issues that matter most.
Anchor and Analyst: As ABC News’ chief political analyst, George Stephanopoulos draws on a career that ranged from the campaign trail to the heights of political power.
www.washingtonspeakers.com /speakers/speaker.cfm?SpeakerId=2073   (313 words)

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