Jonathan Karl


ABC News’ Jonathan Karl Tests Positive For Covid After White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Click here to read the full article. ABC News’ chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl has tested positive for Covid, just days after attending the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, a source confirmed. With photographers focused on their every move, Karl sat next to Kim Kardashian at the event, as she and Pete Davidson were guests of the network. Karl also shook hands with President Joe Biden when he came up to the dais to receive a WHCA award for excellence in presidential coverage under deadline pressure. Karl tested negative on Saturday before the dinner, as all attendees were required to do, along...

ABC's Jonathan Karl: The media 'unfortunately' played right into claims it was the 'opposition party' to Trump

ABC News correspondent Jonathan Karl took a swipe at the press for playing a role in the distrust Americans have towards the media. Speaking during a panel discussion with the Common Ground Committee, Karl was asked about the erosion of trust in the media and pointed out how there was a huge "drop off" among Republicans, which he said "wasn't surprising" since Donald Trump "declared war" on the media before and during his presidency.

Q&A: Jonathan Karl On ‘Betrayal’ And Why Campaign Reporters Face Their “Greatest Challenge” If Donald Trump Runs Again

Jonathan Karl’s Betrayal focuses on the final year of Donald Trump’s presidency, and while it’s hardly the first book out this year to capture the tumult of 2020, it is an indication that the bombshells and revelations from that White House will continue well into the future. Following Bob Woodward and Robert Costa’s Peril, Michael C. Bender’s Frankly, We Did Win This Election, and Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker’s I Alone Can Fix It, Karl’s Betrayal — with the subtitle The Final Act of the Trump Show — breaks new ground, with a heavier emphasis on the election’s aftermath and the...

Jonathan Karl: Barr’s refusal to back false election fraud claims ‘infuriated Donald Trump’

ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent and author of “Betrayal: The Final Act of the Trump Show,” Jonathan Karl joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss his interviews with key players in the Trump presidency, including Trump’s “loyal, basically personal, lawyer” former Attorney General William Barr. Karl describes how Barr “went and investigated Donald Trump’s crazy claims and unsubstantiated claims about election fraud, took them seriously, looked into them, and concluded that there was absolutely nothing to them.” Karl says Barr told him “these claims were total BS,” which “as you can imagine has infuriated Donald Trump.” Nov. 23, 2021.

‘Something is not right’: Jonathan Karl says Trump not mentally normal

Donald Trump is not mentally normal and continues to show “no remorse” for the Capitol insurrection, according to the author of a new book on the one-term president.Jonathan Karl of ABC News spoke with Mr Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort in March, just several months after the 6 January riot for his book Betrayal.“I was looking for something,” Karl said as he appeared on MSNBC with host Joy Reid.“I wanted to see any hint of regret, any hint of remorse for what happened on January 6 … absolutely none.”Reid asked Karl if during the interview for his book at the...

ABC News’ Jonathan Karl discusses new book ‘Betrayal’

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In 'Betrayal,' ABC's Jonathan Karl asks: 'Must the Trump show go on?'

Americans have heard hours of former President Donald Trump's voice on tape, yet even a few minutes more can somehow still trigger disbelief and shock. That is why in the final week before publication of his new book Betrayal: The Final Act of the Trump Show, Jonathan Karl of ABC News has been sharing a key passage of his interview with Trump recorded in March 2021.