George Stephanopoulos Captured On Video Saying He Doesn’t Think Joe Biden Can Serve Another Four Years

ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos was captured on video in the streets of New York telling a person that he doesn’t believe that President Joe Biden can serve another four years. The video posted earlier today on TMZ, and showed him responding to a question from a person with a camera, asking him whether he [...]

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ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos was captured on video in the streets of New York telling a person that he doesn’t believe that President Joe Biden can serve another four years. The video posted earlier today on TMZ, and showed him responding to a question from a person with a camera, asking him whether he thought Biden should step down. “I don’t think he can serve four more years,” Stephanopoulos said.

The comment comes after Stephanopoulos’ interview with Biden, which the network aired as a primetime special last week. The special drew 8.5 million viewers.



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During the interview, Biden insisted that he was staying in the race, and would only step aside if the “lord almighty” told him to. He also said that his poor debate performance was due to the fact that he had a cold and still was impacted by a heavy travel schedule. The debate has triggered a round of c.