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The Note: Might things yet break Trump’s direction?
The TAKE with Rick Klein A week that held – and still holds – so much peril for President Donald Trump ends with reminders of how much things might yet break in his direction. Fired FBI director James Comey started the week speaking out against a man he views as “morally unfit” for the presidency.
Archive: 'This Week' Transcripts
Below are links to transcripts of previous "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" episodes. Head to our homepage for our more recent show transcripts. You can see full video of past programs HERE . Like "This Week" on Facebook HERE . You can also follow the show on Twitter HERE . April 8, 2018 Show
Legal experts weigh in on emails released by Donald Trump Jr.
After Donald Trump Jr. released screen shots of what he says is an email chain arranging a meeting between him and a Russian attorney who allegedly had damaging information about Hillary Clinton , ABC News spoke to legal experts about whether Trump broke any laws. Trump posted on Twitter on Tuesday
Sunday on 'This Week': Stephen Miller, Bob Ferguson, and Rep. Elijah Cummings
After a federal court ruled against re-instating President Trump’s temporary travel ban, White House senior policy advisor Stephen Miller and Washington state attorney general Bob Ferguson come to "This Week" Sunday. Plus, ranking member of the House Oversight Committee Rep. Elijah Cummings ,
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Donna Brazile and Reince Priebus
Ahead of the second presidential debate Sunday night, George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile and Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus , Sunday on “This Week.” Plus, ABC News contributor and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman and
Krugman: Trump Is 'Completely Incoherent on Economic Policy'
Nobel prize winning economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is not impressed with presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump ’s economic policy proposals. “Trump is completely incoherent on economic policy,” Krugman said on ABC’s “This Week.” “I mean, you can find him on any given day
'This Week' Transcript: Hillary Clinton
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' ON June 5, 2016 and it will be updated. GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS : Madam Secretary, thank you for joining us. HILLARY CLINTON : Thank you, George STEPHANOPOULOS: Your supporters have been pretty fired up in the last couple of days as you've been taking it to
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Hillary Clinton
After her toughest critique of Donald Trump yet, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton goes one-on-one with George Stephanopoulos , exclusively on “This Week” Sunday. Then, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair and Trump supporter Sen. Bob Corker , R-Tenn. , weighs in on the 2016
The Note: The Speaker Speaks
NOTABLES --RYAN VOTING FOR DONALD TRUMP: House Speaker Paul Ryan yesterday said he would vote for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump in comments that his spokesman later said could be characterized as an "endorsement." In a column in the Janesville Gazette, Ryan said that Trump, the GOP's
Anti-Trump Forces Build Shadow Third-Party Campaign as Republicans Warm to Trump
Anti-Donald Trump strategists are working behind the scenes to build the foundation for a third-party run even as the Republican Party takes steps toward unifying around the presumptive GOP candidate. A small but dedicated group of Republicans say they’ve begun to cultivate donors in hopes of