Stephanopoulous, 59, leads breaking news and major special events coverage for ABC, a position he's held since 2014.
The president defended his actions in regards to the coronavirus crisis and was also pressed on issues such as law and order.
"We knew from the people who had the photos ... that there were hundreds more images and text messages that were out there that I had no idea what they could be, or how they could be taken out of context," Hill said.
The presidential candidate noted that it's his own campaign that will bring out black voters and propel him to victory.
Moderators for Friday's Democratic debate in New Hampshire include George Stephanopoulos, David Muir and Linsey Davis of ABC News alongside Adam Sexton and Monica Hernandez from affiliate WMUR.
She said the House could file new articles of impeachment against the president, but expressed confidence in the case she plans to send over to the Senate this week.
Matt Gaetz offered several defenses of Rudy Giuliani visiting Ukraine this past week, saying that while it is "weird," Americans should give him "the benefit of the doubt" because of his role after 9/11.
Ohio Republican congressman Jim Jordan became the latest defender of Donald Trump to question journalists for taking the president at his word.
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"I know George Stephanopoulos is a Clinton sycophant—oh, by the way, the lowest ratings ever for his hour special," the pro-Trump Fox News host exclaimed.
"If you're going to cough, please leave the room," the president told Mulvaney while filming an interview with ABC News.
"[Trump] doesn't seem to understand that a fundamental aspect of his job is to try to make us a more perfect union," the congressman said.
Harvey Weinstein was a former donor to Hillary Clinton.
Alex Castellanos brought up impeachment while painting a grim outlook for the GOP.
The ABC News anchor said he will not moderate a 2016 Republican presidential primary debate after a possible conflict of interest emerged.