Susan Page

Washington Bureau Chief, USA Today

Susan Page is Washington bureau chief of USA Today, where she has worked since 1995. She has covered six White House administrations and ten presidential elections, interviewed the past nine presidents, and reported from six continents. Page is an analyst on “PBS NewsHour,” CBS’ “Face the Nation,” “Fox News Sunday,” NBC’s “Meet the Press,” and others. She has received all three journalism prizes given for White House coverage, and in 2017, the American News Women’s Club presented her with its Excellence in Journalism Award. Page has served as president of the White House Correspondents Association and the Gridiron Club and chairman of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards.  

Videos/Audio of Susan Page

In an industry so central to American culture — and one so publicly rocked by #MeToo — how do women in media move... See more
It is no secret that leaders, at home and abroad, have a problem with journalists. Rants against news organizations and... See more
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The White House beat is always challenging, but being in the press corps during the first few months of the Trump... See more
The bitter primaries, with their surprises and scandals behind us, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump. So, what’s next... See more