Tag: Susan Page

Susan Page: Trump’s Hot Mic Comments ‘a Political Apocalypse’

Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” while discussing the lewd comments Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made while being recorded in 2005 on a hot microphone, the Washington bureau chief for USA Today Susan Page called it a “political apocalypse.” Page

Susan Page: Trump Supporters ‘Uncomfortable’ with a Black President

Sunday on CBS’s “Face of Nation,” USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page said Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s supporters are “uncomfortable” with a black president. While discussing a focus group of Trump supporters Page said,  “We had Frank Luntz

Susan Page: NYT’s Stories Making Americans ‘Identify’ with Rubio

Thursday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” USA TODAY’s Washington bureau chief Susan Page said The New York Times’ recent front-page stories criticizing Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), a candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, for his driving record and finances

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Cillizza: Hillary Email Release ‘Death By a Thousand Cuts’

Washington Post reporter Chris Cillizza stated that there would be “death by a thousand cuts” if there is a “rolling release” of Hillary Clinton’s emails on Tuesday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on MSNBC. USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page said, “Here’s the

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Susan Page: Obama Doesn’t Talk to Traditional Media Enough

USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page said that President Obama “has an obligation to talk to more traditional media,” something that he does not do enough, while defending the president’s post-State of the Union interviews with YouTube stars on Saturday’s

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Susan Page: Chris Christie Is In, That’s Bad For Jeb

USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page declared that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will run for president in 2016 and that such a move is “not really good news for Jeb Bush” on Tuesday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on MSNBC. “So,