If Donald Trump finally decides to run for president once more in 2024, ABC News’ Jonathan Karl warned it might be “the greatest challenge ever facing campaign reporters.”
Karl posed a number of questions on the issues of reporting on a potential third Trump presidential marketing campaign in a prolonged interview with Deadline revealed Friday.
Such as, “How do you cover a candidate who is effectively anti-democratic?”
And, “How do you cover a candidate who is … also running against the very democratic system that makes all of this possible?”
Karl, the creator of “Betrayal: The Final Act Of The Trump Show,” mentioned reporting on Trump could be “tremendously challenging” as a result of “now, more than ever” he “is just saying things that are not true, that are designed to misinform, that are designed to erode credibility and belief in our electoral system.”
According to The Washington Post, Trump made greater than 30,000 false or deceptive claims throughout his presidency alone.
The one-term president’s baseless conspiracy theories about his 2020 election loss to President Joe Biden incited the lethal U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
And he’s repeated the identical falsehoods on a number of different events since.
How to sort out Trump’s debates, speeches and interviews had been “really difficult questions,” acknowledged Karl, as a result of he’s “been demonstrated to be a candidate that is trying to destroy the very system that makes this election possible.”
“It is a very difficult, precarious situation, and I don’t know how it is going to play out, to be honest,” he added.