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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
Roger Stone to Trump: Don’t fire Mueller
President Donald Trump's longtime friend Roger Stone says the president should resist any urge to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading the probe into possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign during the U.S. presidential election in 2016. “I actually think from a
Environmental groups launch ads on Fox & Friends to 'boot Pruitt'
A group of environmental advocacy groups has launched a campaign to push Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt out of office this week. The Sierra Club, League of Conservation Voters, and Natural Resources Defense Council and other groups launched the "Boot Pruitt" campaign
Tales from past 'designated survivors' who had to miss the State of the Union
Bill Richardson was a big fan of the State of the Union. He had spent 14 years as a congressman, eagerly sitting in the House chamber and bringing family members and constituents along. He had the same thing planned in 2000, when he was Energy secretary, and looked forward to the final State of the
Donald Trump Jr. communicated with WikiLeaks, sources say
President Trump's eldest son communicated with representatives from WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign via private message on Twitter, sources with direct knowledge confirm to ABC News.
Trump, Putin meet 1-on-1 on sidelines of APEC Summit, discuss Syria, North Korea
President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit (APEC) in Vietnam Saturday, according to the White House. During the brief meeting, which lasted less than five minutes, the White House said the two leaders discussed a
Donna Brazile on passing debate questions to Hillary Clinton's campaign, Democratic funding of Russian research
Brazile discussed several accusations leveled against the Democratic Party.
Trump 'disappointed' in Justice Department for not focusing on Hillary Clinton and Democratic National Committee
President Donald Trump today attacked his own Justice Department for not doing more to investigate Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party in the wake of revelations that her presidential campaign had a measure of control over the Democratic National Committee in 2015, well before she had clinched
Papadopoulos documents offer new insight on DNC email hacking timeline
Further details about the interaction between different political operatives and Russian officials during the 2016 election have added more context to the timeline of the Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee email hacking scandal and how it unfolded at the time. The court documents
Trump foreign policy adviser has pleaded guilty, as Manafort, Gates are indicted
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said that the announcements had "nothing to do with the president and nothing to do with the president's campaign or campaign activity."