George Stephanopoulos after Biden interview: He can’t serve four more years

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ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos, also a former Democratic advisor who interviewed Joe Biden after a recent presidential debate, revealed his true thoughts on the US President in a leaked video that went public on July 7.

According to The Guardian, the video was published by TMZ and featured a ‘passer-by’ questioning Stephanopoulos on the street: “Do you think Biden should step down? You’ve talked to him more than anybody else has lately.”

“I don’t think he can serve four more years,” Stephanopoulos replied in the video.

Later Stephanopoulos issued a statement of regret, declaring “[he] shouldn’t have [responded].”

This statement comes amidst a heated debate regarding whether steadfast Biden is fit to be running in this year’s Presidential election, let alone serve another four years.

Source: The Guardian

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