INDIANAPOLIS – A brief disclaimer at the top of the show was not enough to keep ABC moderator George Stephanopoulos from becoming part of the story on Sunday during his interview with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
“For any who don’t know, I worked for President Clinton from 1991 to 1996,” he said.
Good thing he established that. It was just what the former first lady needed to highlight her distaste for the North American Free Trade Agreement, which she says she opposed during her husband’s White House years.
“Now, you remember this, because George did work in that ’92 campaign, and George and I actually were against NAFTA,” she told the audience of voters who were present for the television interview.