‘Clinton Cash’ Author Wants A Rematch With Stephanopoulos

Peter Schweizer, author of “Clinton Cash,” wants to go another round with ABC anchor and former Clinton advisor George Stephanopoulos after the latter apologized on air for not disclosing recent donations to the Clinton Foundation.

“Let’s do another interview on the Sunday morning show to talk about the contents of the book,” Schweizer said on Thursday while appearing on Sean Hannity’s radio show.

Stephanopoulos had not disclosed the $75,000 in donations when he interviewed Schweizer on ABC’s “This Week,” on April 26.

“Going into that interview, I kind of assumed that the relationship with the Clintons was in the past, that he had made this transition into the media and it was a different chapter in his life,” Schweizer said.

“How you can expect to be objective is really highly questionable in that kind of environment?” he added.

h/t The Hill

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