ABC News Spokesperson at Center of Stephanopoulos Scandal Worked in Clinton White House

George Stephanoplous, Heather Riley.

The ABC News spokesperson who rebuffed the Free Beacon’s request for comment on George Stephanopoulos’s undisclosed donations to the Clinton Foundation also worked in the Clinton administration.

Heather Riley, spokeswoman for ABC News programs Good Morning America and This Week, worked in the White House press office from 1997 to 2000, according to her LinkedIn profile, and is a member of the Facebook group “(Bill) Clinton Administration Alumni.” White House records show that Riley’s duties included serving as a press contact for then-First Lady Hillary Clinton.

Two Follow-Up Questions For Clinton Foundation Donor George Stephanopoulos

Bill Clinton sits down with George Stephanopoulos in 2013.

ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos has acknowledged donating $50,000 to Clinton Foundation between 2013 and 2014, and has apologized for not disclosing it during his coverage of the controversy surrounding the foundation’s relationships with foreign donors. Stephanopoulos “disclosed” his donations to POLITICO after the Free Beacon contacted ABC News last night to request comment on the donations.

Here are two follow-up questions (because there’s no point reaching out to ABC News):

ABC News Anchor George Stephanopoulos Donated $75,000 to Clinton Foundation

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ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation in recent years, records show. The contribution is publicly available information, but the host had not previously disclosed it to ABC viewers, despite taking part in on-air discussions about the Clinton Foundation and its controversial relationship with foreign donors. Stephanopoulos, a former aide to President …

While Hillary Clinton Refuses to Answer Questions About the Clinton Foundation’s Foreign Donors, Bill Clinton Hobnobs with Saudi Royalty in Morocco

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Hillary Clinton’s determination to ignore the press has led major media outlets to publish the hypothetical questions they “would have asked [her] if we had the opportunity.” Despite the mountain of troubling revelations concerning the Clinton Foundation’s relationships with foreign governments and shady oligarchs, Hillary’s only substantive response has been to dismiss them as “distractions and attacks.”