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The Hillary Clinton Campaign — and ABC News — Can't Be Happy About These Signs Popping Up in NYC



George Stephanopoulos interviews former President Bill Clinton about the Clinton Global Initiative happening in New York City this week. The interview airs September 24, 2014 on 'Good Morning America' (Photo by Heidi Gutman/ABC via Getty Images)

Humorous signs criticizing ABC’s George Stephanopoulos over his close ties to Clintons have been spotted near ABC’s “Good Morning America” studios in New York City.

The signs, first highlighted by The Weekly Standard's Mark Hemingway on Twitter Thursday, feature Hillary Clinton with her arm around Stephanopoulos with “PayPal” printed above their heads and a “donate” button printed below.

The Washington Free Beacon also obtained some photos of the signs posted in different locations:

Source: Washington Free Beaon

See the rest of the photos here.

Stephanopoulos was forced to disclose that he had donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation in the last three years after the Free Beacon inquired about the donations. The newsman has been strongly criticized for not immediately revealing the donations, especially since he interviewed Peter Schweizer, the author of "Clinton Cash."

ABC News has decided not to discipline the anchor.

(H/T: Twitchy)


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