NYC Street Art Mocks Stephanopoulos’s ‘Clinton Cash’ Scandal Outside ABC Studios

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George Stephanopoulos has received an embarrassing reminder of the scandal raging over his relationship to Bill and Hillary Clinton–right outside his work!

The ABC News star, host to “Good Morning America (GMA)” and “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” is seen in a piece of street art tweaking him for a series of donations totaling $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation. Stephanopoulos appears next to Hillary Clinton, her arm draped over him, and the image caption dubs him her “Pay Pal.”

Stephanopoulos, who used to work in Bill Clinton’s White House, did not disclose his donations to the Clinton Foundation when discussing that very subject during a hostile interview with Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer. Schweizer’s book Clinton Cash alleges that during Hillary’s time as Secretary of State, the Clintons accepted sizable donations to the Clinton Foundation seemingly in exchange for favorable U.S. deals with foreign governments.

Stephanopoulos has apologized on-air for his lack of disclosure and has recused himself from moderating presidential debates for the 2016 Republican primary. However, ABC News is sticking by its employee and has said he will be part of the network’s campaign coverage in 2016.


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