As President Biden takes his first overseas trip since taking office, ABC News has announced their live, comprehensive coverage across multiple platforms. ABC News will report on three events that President Biden will be attending including his one-on-one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
- ABC News will present special coverage of President Biden’s first overseas trip since taking office.
- Among the highlights of this trip are:
- G-7 summit in the United Kingdom
- NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium
- One-on-one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland
- World News Tonight anchor David Muir will lead coverage for the network for all three events.
- Comprehensive coverage will air on:
- ABC News Digital
- ABC News Radio
- And stream on ABC News Live
ABC News Team:
- On Tuesday, June 15, and Wednesday, June 16, Muir will anchor World News Tonight and special reports from Geneva, Switzerland, as President Biden prepares to meet with Russian President Putin.
- ABC News’ team of anchors and correspondents will cover each leg of Biden’s trip from around the globe, including:
- Cecilia Vega
- Martha Raddatz
- Ian Pannell
- Rachel Scott
- Karen Travers
- Jonathan Karl
- Pierre Thomas
- Terry Moran
ABC News Outlets:
- ABC News Live – Continuing coverage and analysis of President Biden’s trip will be anchored by Diane Macedo with on-the-ground reporting by Rachel Scott.
- ABC News Digital – Full coverage of President Biden’s trip, including key takeaways and analysis.
- ABC News Radio – live anchored coverage of the Biden-Putin summit, with Travers reporting live from Geneva. Aaron Katersky will anchor from New York and be joined by ABC News contributors and experts on Russia and cybersecurity. Hourly status reports will be offered throughout the morning and as news warrants.
- Start Here Podcast – coverage of the summit, featuring the latest updates from ABC News’ reporters and analysts.
- ABC NewsOne – live coverage with reporting from Travers. NewsOne provides news content and services for more than 200 ABC affiliates and international news partners.