Ali Wentworth and George Stephanopoulos attend a screening and premiere party for the scripted comedy series, "Nightcap", at the Crosby Street Hotel on Nov. 15 in New York. (Christopher Smith/Invision/AP)
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The wife of ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos is likely a fairly familiar face to many of you.
Actress and comedian Ali Wentworth was a cast member of "In Living Color" (way back when political correctness didn't completely rule television) and went on to roles in movies and other TV shows — notably as Jerry Seinfeld's girlfriend "Schmoopie" in the iconic episode, "The Soup Nazi."
Now Wentworth is taking center stage again after a Tuesday appearance on "The View" in which she waxed political in a way she feared "might be the end of my marriage."
She told Whoopie and Joy, et al., that one of her kids had a bit of meltdown on the night Republican Donald Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in the presidential election.
“It just involves my 14-year-old getting upset about the election and screaming ‘No abortions!’ really loudly," Wentworth said, "and I was like, ‘You haven’t kissed a boy yet. Don’t use that word so flippantly.’”
Wentworth added that her daughter was sticking up for "women's rights."
Wentworth's relevant remarks begin just after the 3:00 mark:
(H/T: The Daily Wire)
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Dave Urbanski is a senior editor for Blaze News.