Jonathan Karl

ABC News’ Jonathan Karl took the Florida Republican on a “quick trip down memory lane” with his past comments about the former president.
CNN shared a clip of Trump telling ABC News’ Jonathan Karl about one idea that Secret Service members didn’t like “too much.”
Jonathan Karl said this former official served "at a very high level" under Trump.
It "absolutely" shows the former president's intent, argued Andrew Weissmann.
Jonathan Karl said the ex-president told him he wanted his followers to take his words to heart and added, "I believe the press is the enemy of the people."
Trump, who reportedly worried advisers for discussing the bonkers theory, said he was "not going to explain it" to ABC News' Jonathan Karl.
The former president has become "more detached from reality" than ever, warned Karl.
The former president allowed himself to be nominated for the position. But he only received one vote, from Rep. Matt Gaetz.
The South Carolina Republican declared that the "facts are everywhere" before Jonathan Karl checked her remarks about the president.
Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney admitted to reporters that President Trump withheld foreign aid to Ukraine in part to pressure the country to open an investigation into the 2016 election and a conspiracy theory about the DNC’s hacked server.