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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
In State of the Union speech,Trump offers GOP campaign lines, themes for 2018 midterm election
President Donald Trump ’s State of the Union speech touched on themes Republicans can use on the campaign trail in the next 11 months and reiterated his "America First" message. The president touted a strong economy, job creation, and the repeal of the individual health mandate in his remarks. But
The Note: Trump muddies waters on immigration, invites return to swamp-era tactics
The TAKE with Rick Klein How much heat is he ready for? And who’s going to bring it? President Donald Trump may test those questions, coming out of an extraordinary chat session that could reset the conversation around immigration – in ways he may welcome, and other ways he may not. The president
President-Elect Trump's Full Press Conference
Donald Trump answered questions about his businesses and unsubstantiated allegations that Russia is in possession of personal and financial information about him.
South Carolina Election Results
Voters in the state of South Carolina are heading to the polls on Election Day 2016. There are nine electoral votes at stake in South Carolina in the presidential race. The Palmetto State is notable for its large proportion of Christian evangelical voters on the Republican side and African American
Sen. Mitch McConnell's New Book Slams 'Professor Obama' and Jabs at Fellow Lawmakers
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , R-Kentucky, says he's tired of lectures from "Professor Obama" and he views each meeting with the president as a waste of time filled with monologues about why he's right and Republicans are wrong. Meanwhile, McConnell says he likes his Senate counterpart,
Election 2014 Firsts: Meet the History-Makers of the Midterms
Election Night 2014 brought several "firsts" across the country. With their victories, these are the elected officials who made history on Tuesday night. First Elected African-American Senator From South Carolina Republican Tim Scott became South Carolina’s first elected black senator tonight with
Sen. Tim Scott Says GOP Must Win 'War of Ideas'
CHARLESTON, S.C. — There are times when Sen. Tim Scott, the lone Republican African-American in Congress, would like to turn down the volume on some of the shrill and inflammatory comments from his fellow senators. “Yes,” Scott told “This Week.” “I mean just to be...
Why Cantor Got Canned
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES A ROUT IN RICHMOND: In an enormous political upset, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost his Republican primary in Virginia’s seventh congressional district last night to Dave Brat, an economics and ethics professor at Randolph-Macon College in ...
Ken Cuccinelli New President of Senate Conservatives Fund
With news of Tuesday’s stunning tea party upset over House Majority Leader Eric Cantor still fresh, a tea party-aligned group is announcing a leadership appointment. Ken Cuccinelli, the former Virginia attorney general and failed gubernatorial candidate, has joined the Senate Conservatives Fund as