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"Director Mace, just to be sure I'm hearing you correctly, you're saying you are literally Inhuman?"
"Yes. I'm an Inhuman."
―George Stephanopoulos and Jeffrey Mace[src]

George Robert Stephanopoulos is a television journalist, co-anchor of Good Morning America and the host of ABC This Week.

Biography

Interviews

Glenn Talbot vs S.H.I.E.L.D.

"General Talbot, you said you have S.H.I.E.L.D. personnel and weaponry locked in a secure facility."
―George Stephanopoulos to Glenn Talbot[src]

In 2014, Stephanopoulos interviewed the recently-promoted Glenn Talbot on Good Morning America, asking him about the dismantlement of S.H.I.E.L.D. as well as the storage facility being used by the Armed Forces to house all S.H.I.E.L.D. equipment and weaponry.

Alphonso Mackenzie was watching the interview at the Playground as S.H.I.E.L.D. field agents returned from a failed mission in Alexandria, Virginia.[1]

Jeffrey Mace vs. Ellen Nadeer

"Treaties mean nothing to the Inhumans. We're dealing with something different here."
"Senator, when you say "different," that sounds like a dog whistle aimed at hate groups."
"There's no dog whistle needed, George. Just the word "Inhuman" is frightening enough, and yet they choose to define themselves that way."
Ellen Nadeer and George Stephanopoulos[src]

Over three years later, Stephanopoulos interviewed public servant Jeffrey Mace, who had recently replaced Phil Coulson as Director, and U.S. Senator Ellen Nadeer, an advocate of the Humans First Movement, on ABC This Week.[2]

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