It’s time for our first presidential debate, and the first debate we’re seeing is being moderated by ABC’s George Stephanopoulos.
Stephanopoulos is one of the few people with an extensive knowledge of the political world who has actually been able to make an impact as a moderator of presidential debates, and he’s not afraid to take on Donald Trump and the Republican party in general.
He’s also one of many Americans who understand the power of social media.
But he’s also a former moderator of the Democratic National Convention, and his presence on the show is a big deal, especially as it relates to the upcoming Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
“I’ve been a moderator for two conventions, and I have never moderated a presidential debate,” Stephanopoulos said.
“I know the debates well enough, and that’s why I was chosen.
I know the audience well enough.
I’m very familiar with the questions and the way they are being asked.
So I was thrilled to get the job.
But I can’t wait to get to Cleveland.”
Stephanopoulos’s credentials include being a former chairman of the Republican National Committee, a Republican Party executive board member, and a former Republican congressman.
His role in the 2016 election cycle, he says, was “very limited,” but he thinks his role will be to “bring the conversation back to the questions, to make sure that it’s clear and clear that you can’t just tell a story that’s about Donald Trump, and you can only tell that if you’re going to take him on, and if you can show that he’s a bully.”
“So that’s the main thing, is I have to be the face of the debate, the voice of the American people, and be the person that is the face for the debate,” he added.
“And I think it’s a very difficult job, because I know that it requires a lot of time, and it requires very good communication skills.”
So, how do you get started with the job?
Stephanopoulos has created a Facebook page, which you can read below.
If you want to start your own Facebook page (and make sure it has the appropriate content) you can do so here.
And here’s what he had to say about moderating a presidential election.
To start, you’ll need to know a little bit about the format.
You’ll need a Facebook account, and an active audience to keep it going.
So let’s say you have a million followers on Facebook.
And you can keep that page active for about a year, and then the next time you come back and you want more, you can jump back in and get a new audience, which will give you more of a chance to reach those new followers.
But this isn’t a Facebook Live show.
You’re going live.
So you’re probably going to have to spend some time building that audience and building some audience interaction with the moderators, because you can just get the information from Facebook Live, and they have all of the details and you’ll be able to follow it, but you’re not going to be able answer every question.
What you’ll also need to do is figure out how to find the most engaged audience in your niche, and figure out what questions you want the audience to respond to and the best way to do that.
If that’s a Facebook live show, it will be live.
If it’s an ABC live show that you’re hosting, it’s going to go live on Twitter, which is where you’ll have a larger audience.
So the key is to figure out the right questions to ask the audience, and what questions to answer.
The key is also to know what’s happening in the world and to try to understand the social context of the world.
And that means you have to understand how to talk about politics in a way that’s not too political, because that’s going for a kind of the real American experience.
The other thing you’ll want to be careful of is not to make too much noise in the debate.
That’s when the people that are in the audience will start to get a little excited, because then you’re giving them an opportunity to express their opinions.
You want to avoid that kind of noise.
And there are things you can ask that can make people react in a different way.
For instance, you might ask a question like, “So what are the reasons why the United States of America is in this place right now?”
And they might say, “Because we are the only democracy in the entire world that’s in this situation right now.”
Or, “It’s because of the corruption in this country, and we need to change it.”
What kind of questions are good to ask?
Here’s what Stephanopoulos says he’ll ask.
One of the questions I’m going to ask is, “What’s your view on the possibility of a Muslim-majority country entering the United State?”
The first part of that question is an