Sam Donaldson

Norville, the longest-serving anchor in news, reflected on career highlights as "Inside Edition" marks its 35th season on the air.
The veteran ABC news anchor described the 2020 election as the most important "since the Civil War."
"We may lose the things that have made this country the best place to live in the world," warned the veteran ABC news anchor.
The veteran TV journalist busts a longstanding myth about the possible impeachment of the president.
The longtime TV journalist explains how Republicans could vote to convict the president after all.
“I think she’s had an Oscar, a lifetime achievement Oscar for lying,” the veteran ABC news anchor said of the White House press secretary.
"I think Americans care, I think he’ll find that out."
The veteran newsman also suggested the only circumstance in which Carlson would be "toast."
Despite record-high voter participation in last week's Iowa caucuses, voter turnout in Iowa didn't break 17 percent. Watch the video to see who wasn't caucusing, and why.