One prominent example of such coverage is when Stephanopoulos faced off against Clinton Cash author Peter Schweizer about his accusations that Hillary Clinton exchanged favorable State Department treatment for Clinton Foundation donations.
Stephanopoulos repeatedly pressed Schweizer on the lack of substantive evidence connecting suspicious dealings back to Clinton and asked if there’s a smoking gun. Schweizer responded, “The smoking gun is in the pattern of behavior.”
Well, Bloomberg reached out to Schweizer for comment today about Stephanopoulos’ Clinton Foundation donations, and take a guess how he reacted:
“Really quite stunned by this,” he said in an email. It’s “a massive breach of ethical standards. He fairly noted my four months working as a speech writer for George W. Bush. But he didn’t disclose this?”
You can watch the aforementioned interview here, via ABC:
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