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Spicer Calls Out Media Hypocrisy on ‘Wiretapping’ Allegations

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer squared off Wednesday against members of the White House Press Corps who questioned him about the Senate Intelligence Committee’s statement that it had not found evidence of any government surveillance of Trump Tower “[b]ased on the information available to us.”


Trump a Focal Point of Rubio-Murphy FL US Senate Debate

Monday, Florida U.S. Senate candidates Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL) faced off in the only debate between the two at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. Rather than a debate that was solely policy specific


Streisand: Trump Presidency ‘Terrifyingly Scary’

In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday after receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, singer-actress Barbra Streisand weighed in on the possibility of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, both the front-runners in their respective political parties, facing off in


Watch: Press Push Back Against WH Handling of Bomb Threat

Tuesday, the White House press briefing was shut down reportedly because of a “telephonic bomb threat.” After the White House press corps returned to the Brady Press Room, they expressed their frustration and peppered press secretary Josh Earnest with so many questions,


ABC’s Karl: Is ‘Out and Out Bribery’ Only Standard for WH to Criticize Hillary?

Thursday at The White House press briefing, ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl questioned Obama press secretary Josh Earnest over the administration’s refusal to condemn Hillary Clinton over not complying with the disclosure agreement she had with them to report all foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation during her tenure as secretary of state.


ABC’s Karl: Campaign Clearly Worried About ‘Clinton Cash’

Monday on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” while discussing “Clinton Cash,” the forthcoming book to be released May 5 that raises questions about State Department favors linked to foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation, ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl

Monday on ABC's "Good Morning America," while discussing "Clinton Cash," …

ABC’s Karl: Menendez Indictment Likely to Quell Challenges to Iran Deal

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl said the indictment of  Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ), who is a strong supporter of Israel and opposes President Barack Obama going ahead with an Iran nuclear deal without congressional  approval,


Karl: Clinton Could Have More Congressional Testimonies Than Primary Debates

On Monday’s broadcast of ABC’s “Good Morning America,” ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl predicted that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a potential candidate for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, could face more scrutiny from Congress during


Flashback: WH Claims ‘Core Al Qaeda Has Been Decimated’

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest declared that “it continues to be clear to this day that core al Qaeda has been decimated” during the September 26, 2014 White House Press Briefing. After stating that “it continues to be clear


ABC’s Karl: Hillary Clinton Seems ‘Out Of Touch’

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl said Hillary Clinton “seemed a little out of touch” during her book tour in 2014. Karl said, “For Mrs. Clinton, 2014 didn’t go exactly