Mona Kosar Abdi is an ABC News anchor and correspondent based in New York City. Since March of 2020, Abdi has anchored the networks early morning shows "World News Now" and...Read More »
Mona Kosar Abdi is an ABC News anchor and correspondent based in New York City. Since March of 2020, Abdi has anchored the networks early morning shows "World News Now" and "America This Morning." During her time on the anchor desk, she covered the pandemic, ABC News Special Reports, the protests in the wake of George Floyd's murder, the economy, the surfside condo collapse and the election. She also contributes reports to "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight," "GMA 3" and "ABC News Live Prime."
Abdi joined ABC News in January 2019 as a Multi-Platform Reporter in Washington, D.C. She reported on a wide-range of stories in the nation's capital, from President Trump's administration and developments on Capitol Hill to the 2020 presidential election and escalating crisis between the United States and Iran. Plus, Mona was a key member of the ABC News team that provided around-the-clock coverage of the impeachment of President Trump for the network's affiliates.
Before joining ABC News, Abdi was an anchor and reporter with ABC affiliate WEWS in Cleveland, where she reported on the economic and political issues affecting Northeast Ohio's most vulnerable communities and the impact of former President Donald Trump's immigration policies in the state.
A native of San Diego, California, Abdi graduated from UC San Diego with a degree in International Studies: Political Science and Communications.
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