Susan Page

Susan Page


USA TODAY Washington Bureau chief. Author of "The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty" @TwelveBooks. https://t.co/JdV8NcvFlf.

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NEW from the USA TODAY/Suffolk Poll: The potential vice presidential contender who generates the most enthusiasm among the Democrats surveyed is @KamalaHarris , followed by @staceyabrams  and @elizabethforma  >>>

Words to live by: “Please look at camera.” Behind the scenes at @FoxNewsSunday ⁩ with @MikeEmanuelFox ⁩.

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At her weekly presser, @NancyPelosi  says reopening schools depends on "killing the virus." "We cannot ignore it and we cannot call it a hoax and we cannot misrepresent the facts."

@NancyPelosi  Speaker Pelosi says the Supreme Court, including President Trump's appointees, has ruled that he "is not above the law...It's not good news for the president of the United States. "

From my inbox: "Incalculably dumber than a box of Hadean zircons" is an insult, right?

Friday 10:45 AM on a summer day, when the Capitol Rotunda would usually be filled with visitors and tourists >>>

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‘His rally in New Hampshire on Saturday could be a test run for how those type of big campaign events will go forward in the future – if they go on at all.’ By my @USATODAY  colleague @mcollinsNEWS  >>>

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NEW: Former president Jimmy Carter says a full investigation “would show that Trump didn’t actually win the election in 2016….He was put into office because the Russians interfered.” Does that mean he’s an illegitimate president? “Based on what I said, which I can’t retract.”

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Former Vice President Walter Mondale on President Trump: “He’s got something deep in him that is detestable.” Cites “his rhetoric, his harshness, his divisiveness,” then adds: “Doctors tell me they think they recognize symptoms of psychological problems.” At @CarterCenter  panel

At @CarterCenter  conference on human rights moderated by historian Jon Meacham, former president Jimmy Carter says “every day we send a terrible signal” with border policy, “a disgrace to the United States, and I hope it will soon be ended. Maybe not until the 2020 election.”

When the USA TODAY Editorial Page published an op-ed by President Trump yesterday, we heard from readers who wanted it to be fact-checked. We've now posted that, courtesy of our friends at . Thanks.

Exclusive: In the space of a week, the positive perceptions of the police by white Americans have dropped by double digits. From my @USATODAY  colleague @RebeccaMorin_ 

One year from today: We'll be on the West Lawn of the Capitol for the presidential inauguration.

I've covered six presidents, but I've never covered any White House briefing quite like the one tonight. Here's my take-->> via @USATODAY 

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