Susan Page Biography – Susan Page Wikipedia
Susan Page is an American journalist and biographer, and the current Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today, where she writes about politics and the White House.
She has covered 10 presidential campaigns and six White House administrations, according to USA TODAY. She has interviewed the past nine presidents (three of them after they had left office) and reported from six continents and dozens of foreign countries. She regularly appears as an analyst on PBS, CBS, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, NPR and other TV and radio programs, according to the White House Historical Association.
She is the author of The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty, based on extended interviews with Barbara Bush and access to her diaries.
Page has won every journalism award given specifically for coverage of the White House. She twice was awarded the Gerald R. Ford Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the Presidency. The White House Correspondents Association has honored her with the Merriman Smith Memorial Award for Deadline Reporting on the Presidency as well as the Aldo Beckman Memorial Award, given for excellence in coverage of the White House. Among other national awards, she was a member of a team that won the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Washington Correspondence.
She has served as president of the White House Correspondents Association, chairman of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards, and president of the Gridiron Club, the oldest association of journalists in Washington. She has twice served as a Pulitzer juror and is a member of the Justice Department’s Media Advisory Group.
As a reporter – first for Newsday and then for USA TODAY – she drove to Three Mile Island hours after the nuclear mishap was reported, traveled across Southeast Asia to chronicle the exodus of Vietnamese ‘boat people,’ sat down to dinner with Richard Nixon to hear his critique of Ronald Reagan’s reelection campaign, and interviewed physicist Stephen Hawking through his computerized ‘voice.’
A native of Wichita, Kansas, she received a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University, where she was editor-in-chief of The Daily Northwestern. She received a master’s degree from Columbia University, where she was a Pulitzer Fellow.
“One of you will make history on January 20th,” Susan Page said, “you will be the Vice President to the oldest President the United States has ever had.” Page asked Mike Pence, and then Kamala Harris, if they have spoken with their running mates about “the issue of presidential disability.”
Both candidates dodged the issue, which is a shame, because it won’t come up again on such a literal or massive stage. Donald Trump is 74 and clearly still sick with Covid-19. Joe Biden is 77 and will be 78 on inauguration day. Purely from a statistical standpoint, “presidential disability” merits serious conversation.
“Neither of them would even address that question, which says to me, this is an issue that ought to be discussed,” Page said on CNN’s “New Day” Thursday morning.
Viewers of the debate were left wanting more. After Pence and Harris used the time to give speeches, Page should have asked the question again. And again! The debate commission format meant that Page was required to change the subject every nine minutes or so, but even so, the topic needed a followup.
Susan Page Age
Susan Page was born on February 12, 1951, in Wichita, Kansas, United States.
Susan Page Husband
Susan Page has been married to her husband Carl Leubsdorf, a columnist with The Dallas Morning News, since 1982.
Susan Page Children
Susan Page and her husband Carl Leubsdorf have two sons, Ben and Will.
Susan Page Net Worth
Susan Page’s net worth is estimated to be $ 10 million.
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