'This Week' Web Extra: Arianna Huffington

The President and Editor in Chief of The Huffington Post Media Group answers viewer questions.
5:48 | 04/07/13

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Transcript for 'This Week' Web Extra: Arianna Huffington
Hi I'm Benjamin -- of this week George Stephanopoulos I'm joined today by Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post. Welcome -- in an. -- -- be yes and because we believe all politics is social here this week we're gonna put some of the questions that you submit on FaceBook to Arianna. I'm so the first question comes from salt -- the lead us -- she says what distinguishes a Greek American vantage point in terms of you know a -- of diverse views opinions and perspectives. Was definitely different but them. And -- grand in this country that -- been best to leave the American dream makes me. -- sensitive to whom many issues not just immigration nation is bad what's happening to the middle class. The fact that right now. -- the major classes actually south ferrying. And we see instead of seeing upward mobility which is a big part of the American dream we're seeing downright -- Bailey -- And that's why. Everything -- said on the show today had to do with prioritizing jobs prioritizing growth. Because via satellite -- is far and their lives of millions of America. -- -- And the next question comes from a -- Angel and she says. And this is one of two questions about the web -- -- has the enormity of the success of Huff post change your view of the media and its. Responsibility and the second question. Comes from Catherine today and -- stand in the sort of -- of it nicely she asked about. The tenor of your website and like the features you have that are devoted to catching you know celebrities. Revealing our flash so how do you balance those two things. Whether -- about it we Buffy and bad bad -- community at the center of everything we do. We've made the Huffington -- saying gauging. So the Huffington -- -- now has almost fifty million unique visitors. He's not just about fast talking to -- -- it's about listening to -- there's and giving them a plot -- -- they can express themselves. Also the have a -- policies. And I'm -- -- energetically and -- -- of high brow and low -- And we believe that people out of London mixture of everything and -- -- them to decide practically gone. Absolutely. And so the next question comes from Miguel. Gomez and he says could -- Castro can mount a challenge against Hillary. Clinton just like an unknown Illinois State senator who also delivered the keynote at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. In anything's -- body obviously. The United Kingdom if she decides to run it appears she is already -- running. And it would be bad presumptive nominee but some Isaiah saw in 2008 their presumptive nominee did not -- not to be the numbing pace so. And it's a long way between -- and -- sixteen. Things. Possible. And the last question comes from Tom Dwyer. And he asks will she ever going to snow and -- we -- update. With the girl that does a spot on impersonation of her Arianna -- -- I think that's an amazing impressed punishment me and I second the -- -- find -- I love Seth -- in real life as much as. Unless and that -- and life. And it's that -- have fun fun segment. And so now some for our lightning around and the first question is your favorite TV show. My favorite TV show am. Vis -- -- Julianne is dining sale yes on HBO very funny. You're guilty pleasure which isn't going to be sleep because -- evangelist but. What is -- guilty pleasure. And my -- guilty pleasure is then the spending a lot front of their weekend in bed they've been doing my allowed some times -- reading books neither do with -- And just kind of complete -- -- -- -- aging without having to. Get out get dressed and get make -- by anything like that. The biggest misperception about him. If there I'm sure change. And the biggest the misperception. About me is that I have a funny accent. And finally -- -- -- -- and my -- -- -- it is them. It's -- political bribe them sadness. Two way content -- -- you know people who say. What their needs believed I came. I. Can just -- -- the -- And they use this as -- especially mad as a kind of you really pissing about in house having dinner with a guy sitting and he bragged that he on me. Got file asleep and I defy and that didn't say but I -- -- -- now lives. He had gotten five is there would have been -- -- my interest and so I think the fact that people -- And brag about how they overlap and that Don. Nod is that this is making them less fat and less effective is that -- -- we can all -- parsley. Well Arianna thank you so much for joining his -- And thank you to everyone who submitted their questions you can follow Michelle on FaceBook at FaceBook dot com slash this week -- agency and on Twitter. At this weekends.

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