ABC's Jon Karl noted that Trump kept a White House photographer with him at all times and there is interest in seeing what is on the photographer's camera on 1/6.
Following the January 6th insurrection, both Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell blasted Donald Trump for his role in the attack. They know have different takes on the matter.
McCarthy famously went down to Mar-a-Lago, kissed Trump’s ring, and he now backs the former president no matter what. McConnell has never changed course on the issue. In fact, a new book by Jon Karl reports that the Kentucky senator urged Barr to issue a statement about the election. Today Trump blasted McConnell, saying he blew it for the country.
Joe Biden seemingly has everything he needs to pass his policy goals over the next two years. Democrats control congress, the senate and the White House. West Virginia‘s Joe Manchin, though, has been committed to passing things in a bi-partisan manner.
Trump personally attacked ABC's Jon Karl when Karl asked him why he lied to the American people about the deadliness of COVID-19.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders shot down the corporate media's attempt to silence his campaign during an interview on ABC's This Week.
When pressed on ABC's This Week for a solution to the problems in Iraq, former vice president Dick Cheney's Obama criticism fell apart as he couldn't come up with an answer.
Howard Kurtz read a statement this Sunday from Jonathan Karl, chief White House Correspondent for ABC News, that didn't make Karl look any better, but in fact only raised more questions.