Jonathan Karl

The "Betrayal" author broke down why reporting on a third Trump run for president would be “tremendously challenging."
Donald Trump brought the "Betrayal" author into the Oval Office and things took a "rather bizarre" turn.
In public, however, only two Republicans voted to censure him for posting a doctored anime video depicting him killing a Democratic congresswoman.
Donald Trump made multiple videos addressing the Capitol rioters before the one he ultimately tweeted, a White House aide told author Jonathan Karl.
Jared Kushner reportedly blew off a desperate plea to intervene with Donald Trump to stop him from trying to steal the presidential election, saying he was too busy working on “Middle East peace.”
The Trump son-in-law said he was too busy working on "Middle East peace" to try talking sense to the president, according to ABC News' Jonathan Karl.
Lewandowski suggested Trump knew he lost but raised suspicions about the 2020 election to protect his ego, ABC journalist Jonathan Karl writes.
ABC's Jonathan Karl predicts the House select 6 committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack will be looking to get hold of this next.
It's a dangerous lie that the election was stolen from Trump, but the House minority whip refuses to acknowledge that.
ABC News' Jon Karl said Fauci was "more than willing to join" the program, but White House officials wouldn't allow it.
President Donald Trump is becoming increasingly agitated as reporters have begun to repeatedly question his penchant for lying to the American public.
President Donald Trump is becoming increasingly agitated as reporters have begun to repeatedly question his penchant for lying to the American public.
People attending large events of any kind should be aware of the continued threat posed by the coronavirus, the nation’s top infectious disease expert warned.
"That's not true!" ABC's White House correspondent blurted during a coronavirus briefing.
The "Late Show" host put Trump on notice in a blistering monologue: "Grow up and do your damn job."
"I think among the fakest things right now are the president’s attack on fake news," said the White House correspondent.
ABC News' Jonathan Karl demanded the Florida Republican apologize for the unfounded assertion that outraged many in the media.
Mick Mulvaney admits taxpayers would have to cough up the billions of dollars needed to build the president's barrier.
After reportedly vetoing a White House statement on the death of Sen. John McCain, President Trump ignored questions about the late senator’s life and legacy.
The interview was scrapped after the White House claimed a CNN reporter "disrespected" the president by asking a question.