George Stephanopoulos Offered 'Good Morning America' Job

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George Stephanopoulos Offered 'Good Morning America' Job

Former adviser to President Clinton and television host George Stephanopoulos has been offered a job as co-anchor of Good Morning America. What do you think?
  • "Just when you thought morning news shows couldn't have any more gravitas and dignity."

    Walt Swarts
    Systems Analyst
  • "I've been saying it for years: if you give George Stephanopoulos one day, sooner or later he's going to take the whole damn week."

    Ramona Eickelberg
    Unemployed
  • "Well, he does have all the credentials: He loves America, and he has nice teeth."

    Jonathan Hageman
    Telephone Lineman
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