Susan Page USA Today, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Husband, Vice Presidential Debate, Salary, and Net Worth

Susan Page Bio, Wiki

Susan Page is an American journalist and biographer working as the Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today. She has interviewed the previous nine US presidents, covered six White House administrations, and 10 Presidential Elections. Furthermore, she has also reported from six Different Continents. Page was selected by the Commission on Presidential Debates on September 2, 2020, as the moderator of the Pence-Harris Vice-presidential debate.

She is also the writer of the best selling New York Times book, The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty. In 2019, Page signed a deal to write a biography of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, preliminarily titled Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi and the Arc of Power.

Susan Page Age

She was born on February 12, 1951, in Wichita, Kansas, United States. Page is 69 years old.

Susan Page Height

Drawing from her pictures, Page appears quite tall in stature. Her height is estimated to be 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.70 m).

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Susan Page Family

She was born in Wichita, Kansas, United States of America. However not much is known about her parents or her siblings.

Susan Page Husband

Page is married to her loving husband Carl Leubsdorf, a former Washington Bureau Chief for The Dallas Morning News and their current columnist. Their wedding was held in a non-denominational ceremony in Washington, D.C, in 1982. Not much else is available pertaining to the couple’s married life. It is unclear if their union has any children.

Susan Page Children

Page has no children of her own. However, she is the stepmother of Carl Leubsdorf Jr., the son of her husband from his previous marriage to Carolyn Cleveland Stockmeyer.

Susan Page Education

page attended local public schools in her native Wichita, Kansas. She had an early interest in music and journalism as a child and at third grade, she began studying oboe and played it during school orchestras.

While in high school, Page was a reporter for The Stampede, her high school newspaper, and also the editor-in-chief of The Hoofbeats, her high school yearbook. After high school, she proceeded to join Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism where she was again the editor-in-chief of the student newspaper the Daily Northwestern. Page attended Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism for her master’s degree and was a Pulitzer Fellow.

Susan Page USA Today

Page works at USA TODAY as the Washington Bureau chief. While there, she has interviewed the past nine presidents (three of them after they had left office), covered 10 presidential campaigns, and six White House administrations. Page is the founder and host of Capital Download. She hosts the award-winning video newsmaker series for USA Today.

Susan Page Barbara Bush

Apart from being a renowned journalist, Page is also a biographer. Her first book is titled The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty published in 2019. The book tells the life story of former First Lady Barbara Bush who was the wife of former US President George H.W. Bush and the mother of former President George W. Bush. Barbara was also the mother of former Florida governor, Jeb Bush.

Susan Page Nancy Pelosi

In 2019, Page signed a deal to write a biography of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, preliminarily titled Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi and the Arc of Power. The book is set to be published in 2021.

Susan Page Vice Presidential Debate

On September 2, 2020, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced the 2020 presidential and vice presidential debate moderators. The commission named Page as the moderator of the sole vice presidential debate between incumbent vice president Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris. The event will take place on October 7, 2020, at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

The other three presidential debates between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will be moderated by Chris Wallace, Steve Scully, and Kristen Welker, respectively.

2020 Vice Presidential Debate

The 2020 vice presidential debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris will be held on October 7, 2020, at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. The event will run for 90 consecutive minutes devoid of any commercial breaks and is expected to run in line with Covid-19 guidelines. The event is set to start at 9 p.m. ET, moderated by Susan Page.

Susan Page Political Party

Since Page was named as the sole moderator of the 2020 vice presidential debate, many have speculated her political inclinations. However, after conducting our investigations, we are unable to conclude as to which party she supports between the Democratic party and the Republican Party. It is, therefore, most prudent to assume that she is and will be the neutral moderator come October 7, 2020.

Susan Page Weight Loss Surgery

Page has a well-toned slender body that looks too good for her age. There is no clear information as to whether she has ever had problems with her weight in the past. Therefore, we cannot ascertain whether Page has ever gone under the knife to help her shed some pounds. However, we shall update this section once we have clear information regarding this subject.

Susan Page Salary

Page is the Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today since 1997. She is a veteran journalist and author who takes home an impressive perk in compensation. Page’s salary is estimated to be $250,000 per year.

Susan Page Net Worth

Besides being a reputed journalist, Page is also a biographer. Having been in the journalism industry for more than four decades, there is no doubt that she has accumulated a decent fortune. Page’s net worth is estimated to be $10 million.

Is Susan Page a Democrat

It is not clear what party Page supports. We can therefore conclude that she is neutral and objective in her approach to politics.

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