An insider has confirmed to EW.com that the Washington Post’s story suggesting that George Stephanopoulos has been offered the job of co-hosting Good Morning America is mostly accurate. While the source wouldn’t delve into details about what isn’t correct, it’s safe to say the network’s chief Washington correspondent is considering the high-profile post. An ABC spokesperson told the newspaper that finding a replacement for Diane Sawyer will require four months and they are still in the middle of the process. The Post is reporting that Stephanopoulos, a onetime Clinton White House aide, also wants to keep his current job as the host of the Washington-based This Week for as long as possible.
Posted December 3 2009 — 7:12 PM EST
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