George Stephanopoulos caught on camera expressing doubts about Biden

George Stephanopoulos, the ABC news anchor who just recently spoke with President Biden about his physical fitness for the governmental race, was captured on video camera Tuesday suggesting that he does not believe Biden can serve another 4 years.

Stephanopoulos, a previous Democratic operative turned news anchor, is seen in fitness center clothing in a video released by TMZ when he is asked by a passerby: “What do you believe, do you believe Biden should step down? You have actually spoken with him more than any person else has recently. And you can be truthful.”

Stephanopoulos, then simply off video camera, is recorded on fuzzy audio reacting that he does not believe “he can serve 4 more years.”

In a declaration late Tuesday, Stephanopoulos acknowledged that he was the individual seen in the video. “Earlier today I reacted to a concern from a passerby. I should not have.”

An ABC spokesperson stated that Stephanopoulos “revealed his own perspective and not the position of ABC News.”

President Biden took a seat for an interview with ABC News on July 5 to talk about the 2024 project, one week after his argument with previous president Donald Trump. (Video: JM Rieger/ABC News)

The remarks come days after the critical interview with Biden, throughout which Stephanopoulos securely asked the 46th president whether he might serve another term in the wake of an unsteady argument efficiency.

When Biden kept that he has the endurance for another term, Stephanopoulos pushed him: “Are you sure you’re being truthful with yourself when you state you have the psychological and physical capability to serve another 4 years?”

Biden asserted that he did.

Source: The Washington Post.

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