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Susan Page
2 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 8:48am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: -- Crisis, then complacency define past outbreaks: Resources spike during the panic and recede when the threat is over -- Foster care kids suffer the pain of separation as face-to-face family visits have been suspended https://t.co/qTs78cSIBm


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Susan Page
21 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 1:10pm
RT @USATODAY: More than 500 deaths were reported in the U.S. Monday, the highest daily total since the first American died six weeks ago. https://t.co/x4tAxuVuPN https://t.co/AOBRlFIkll


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Susan Page
21 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 1:10pm
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: -- 'Life may change for us all': How the coronavirus pandemic could reshape US history -- The 2020 Summer Olympics Games have a new opening day in 2021. But is it good that the decision came so soon? https://t.co/TD0ZJN8c7z


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Susan Page
21 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 1:08pm
RT @USATODAY: Facts fight fear. Join our reporters and experts live from across the country and the USA TODAY Network to talk about America's most urgent coronavirus questions. https://t.co/ELBKyS5ZTI https://t.co/ksATMCZ2pU


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Susan Page
23 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 12:04pm
RT @npenzenstadler: Sometimes it feels like we're holding @USATODAY and network together with bubblegum, then other times someone asks about getting a question to Gov. Cuomo and a reporter @GannettAlbany shows us in Teams where he's sitting IRL... https://t.co/nhPUWuXWhj


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Susan Page
23 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:51am
RT @BenLeubsdorf: Hey, nerds: the Congressional Research Service now has a publicly available website rounding up CRS reports on the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/2s8NlzJIrc

Susan Page
1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 10:10am
RT @ScottStenholm: @SusanPage And that April will not be a lamb.

Susan Page
1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 10:09am
@toddzwillich @1a @NPR @vicenews Congratulations Todd! You've done a great job of moderating smart conversations on the air.

Susan Page
1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 10:06am
I'm pretty sure we can agree that March is going out like a lion.

Susan Page
1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 10:00am
@BizBaxBod Thanks! Early next year. (Things keep happening!)

Susan Page
1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 9:56am
Out today! ⁦@jonkarl lively, insightful⁩ behind-the-scenes look at ⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ is published today. A great antidote to quarantine. https://t.co/oXSjOUArka


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Susan Page
1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 9:19am
RT @daveburdick: your quarantine name is the last local news organization you financially supported and then the words "is helping me get through this"

Susan Page
1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 9:09am
President Trump: "Much of it was junk." Speaker Pelosi: “We did jujitsu." By my @USATODAY colleagues @LedgeKing and @jfritze. https://t.co/FVWIO7kSGM

Susan Page
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 8:45pm
RT @nicole_carroll: This picture. by @SethEHarrison for @Lohud and @USATODAY https://t.co/Sn83QFRkCH


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Susan Page
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 7:29pm
Now making a grocery list for the morning and feels like I'm Laura Ingalls Wilder's mother, stocking up for a long winter on the prairie.

Susan Page
2 days ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 8:44am
'This is the kind of illness that knocks you down, runs you over, sits on your chest and never, ever lets up.' A bedside report from my @USATODAY Network colleague @byMikeDavis of the @AsburyParkPress, who celebrated his 31st birthday battling coronavirus. https://t.co/tk8kbxcoKk

Susan Page
2 days ago:   Sunday Mar 29 - 7:30pm
‘Death and suffering surround us all the time, but typically the mourning are not in danger of being trampled by public debate.’ Worth the read, from @jdickerson —>> https://t.co/OnAwmKpRo0

Susan Page
2 days ago:   Sunday Mar 29 - 7:24pm
It has been quite a month. https://t.co/c4ZoYFomR2

Susan Page
2 days ago:   Sunday Mar 29 - 6:31pm
+ 1 https://t.co/Vuzxh4VKlj

Susan Page
2 days ago:   Sunday Mar 29 - 6:08pm
RT @washingtonweek: "We have now accepted as a country in the space of a couple weeks a bigger role for the federal government than we ever had a consensus of before," says @SusanPage. For more of Susan's analysis of the role of the federal government watch https://t.co/bLzSc90ZAO https://t.co/vdMxGuIjnj


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Susan Page
3 days ago:   Saturday Mar 28 - 7:01pm
Happy birthday Max! https://t.co/6DtF9DigQ8

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Saturday Mar 28 - 11:02am
RT @Elizabeth_Bilka: 🌞 out, 📖 out. My current QuaranRead is “The Matriarch” by @SusanPage (I’m in my political memoir/biography reading swing). What are you reading this weekend? https://t.co/pAZTxvHrs6


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Susan Page
4 days ago:   Saturday Mar 28 - 9:54am
Perils of a biographer: I have a life lesson from Barbara Bush for everything. When she was seriously depressed in 1976, volunteering at a DC hospice helped her recover. In a bad patch, she helped someone in a worse one, and that helped her, too. #TheMatriarch

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Saturday Mar 28 - 9:44am
*They built a hospital in a week.* https://t.co/kl9LyD2ed7

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Saturday Mar 28 - 9:40am
Q: Does the coronavirus pandemic shake up the views of President Trump's supporters and opponents in a way other issues/controversies over the past four years haven't? A: Not so far -->> https://t.co/FG4PpCx1ti

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Saturday Mar 28 - 9:16am
Sporting events, at a time of #coronavirus -->> https://t.co/tBsqFWRRnP

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Friday Mar 27 - 7:44pm
@mcollinsNEWS In fairness, @jonkarl is kind of a cutie-pie.

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Friday Mar 27 - 6:37pm
Read the fine print: In a signing statement, President Trump lists congressional oversight provisions in the relief bill that he says "violates the separation of powers." The administration will treat them as "hortatory but not mandatory" and "as advisory and non-binding."

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Friday Mar 27 - 2:40pm
RT @PDavidsonusat: If the coronavirus is largely under control by summer, do you think you’ll get back to normal activities then, like going to restaurants, stores, movies, flying and vacations? If not, what might you change and could some changes be long-term? Please email pdavidson@usatoday.com

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Friday Mar 27 - 2:40pm
RT @alangomez: Are you a renter struggling to make rent during the coronavirus outbreak or a landlord worried about paying your mortgage as fewer rent checks come in? States have different rules so we'd like to hear what you're going through. Email me here: agomez@usatoday.com @USATODAY

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Friday Mar 27 - 12:08pm
The differences in #coronavirus messages and leadership styles between President Trump and Gov. Cuomo is quite stark.

Susan Page
4 days ago:   Friday Mar 27 - 12:02pm
Watching @andrewcuomo briefing on TV, and my Siri keeps asking if he has a question.

Susan Page
5 days ago:   Friday Mar 27 - 7:26am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: -- Americans could see checks in three weeks as part of the $2 trillion recovery package -- A USA TODAY investigation: The US failed to keep the medical stockpile well funded https://t.co/kBzxn53scX


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Susan Page
5 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 5:17pm
RT @washingtonweek: Joining @costareports on tomorrow’s #WashWeekPBS: @yabutaleb7 @Yamiche @EamonJavers @SusanPage @mkraju Read more about this week’s show here: https://t.co/LNEGVBkmGc https://t.co/Va4R3CAZKC


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Susan Page
5 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 12:37pm
RT @cmsub: And marked "her 80th birthday Thursday getting ready to shepherd the biggest economic bill in history through the U.S. House she leads." @SusanPage on the big day. https://t.co/4IlMUbYB2P

Susan Page
5 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 11:07am
@Frassington @ktumulty @SpeakerPelosi Diane Rehm now hosts a great podcast on @wamu885 called "On My Mind"! @drshow

Susan Page
6 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 11:00am
Tommy D'Alesandro Jr. lived long enough to see daughter Nancy Pelosi sworn in to the House, where he had served. From his wheelchair, he lobbied Speaker Jim Wright to put her on the Appropriations Committee. #madamspeaker https://t.co/ndxDd4zPNg

Susan Page
6 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 10:52am
When @SpeakerPelosi was born 80 years ago today, The Baltimore Guide offered a prediction seems practically prescient. “D’Alesandro Will Find New Boss in First Daughter,” it said. “We predict that this little lady will soon be a ‘Queen’ in her own right.” #madamspeaker https://t.co/NR8b0toXOs

Susan Page
6 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 9:41am
No journalist has covered @SpeakerPelosi longer and with more insight than @ktumulty. As witnessed by her smart new profile of the most powerful woman in American political history -->> https://t.co/fpgW9mmqrG https://t.co/tvjTZsT6K8

Susan Page
6 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 9:19am
Repercussions of #coronavirus: The Senate votes 96-0 to pass a $2 trillion relief bill after just days of debate. There are ways in which our nation's politics remain dysfunction, to be sure, but weeks ago, that sentence would have seemed fanciful. https://t.co/99zrEJYctD

Susan Page
6 days ago:   Thursday Mar 26 - 8:29am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: -- Economic rescue plan hits a 'wartime level': What $2 trillion will do for families, businesses, corporations -- There's no stopping the nation's truckers: Drivers are the engine that keeps supply lines running and store shelves stocked https://t.co/21NuGuTXUy


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Susan Page
6 days ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 7:39pm
"A troublemaker with a gavel:" That would be @SpeakerPelosi, profiled on the eve of her 80th birthday by @ktumulty. https://t.co/W5gcf4e0Xy

Susan Page
6 days ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 1:54pm
"Her style is not a statement of power. It’s more likely to call to mind the image of a school nurse than a superhero. Studious determination is going to get us out of this, not swaggering braggadocio. The heroes wear wire-rimmed glasses and silk kerchiefs." https://t.co/gMV6z2h6Lf

Susan Page
6 days ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 1:49pm
Translation: No. https://t.co/4BwFzqTbYl

Susan Page
6 days ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 1:49pm
"But what kind of (Democratic) convention can really be staged, with the hotel and travel industry hanging by a thread, with the state under a stay-at-home order for the next 30 days and with a virus lurking over everything?" By @USATODAY Network colleagues @WisVoter @BillGlauber https://t.co/NexiZ0mBqd

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 10:22am
A book of both scoops & insights: Nobody has covered @realDonaldTrump longer and with more energy than @jonkarl. And there are photos! https://t.co/UdzwWYTzMn

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 9:55am
"While legally states remain largely independent of the president & the federal government in regards to these measures, governors & state health officials may face political pressures in defying the federal government's guidelines." Via @USATODAY's @jfritze @cmsub @RebeccaMorin_ https://t.co/yYYeWfY2oK

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 7:52am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: Is it up to Trump to ease guidance? States have put their own restrictions in place; Survival is now Job One for businesses and the housing market https://t.co/l2pQso2U0y


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Susan Page
1 week ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 7:51am
RT @kennerly: My friend Joe Rosenthal, who took the iconic photo of the brave Marines this cartoon is based on, would have loved this. #IwoJima #usmarines #centerforcreativephotogaphy https://t.co/L1y2VLe6iT

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Wednesday Mar 25 - 7:50am
"This is the first outbreak in the last 75 years that CDC hasn't been centrally involved in making decisions at the table...And frankly, I feel less safe because of that." https://t.co/0UedGja2as

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 2:12pm
+1 https://t.co/QqGzo5W9ZY

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 2:01pm
Nice. https://t.co/XdiCtr87Sy

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 1:50pm
RT @ShorensteinCtr: Congratulations to the staffs of the AZ Republic (@azcentral), @USATODAY & The Center for Public Integrity (@publicintegrity) for winning this year's Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting for their work on Copy.Paste.Legislate! #GoldsmithAwards https://t.co/uFalARSv33

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 7:48am
Pessimists: 57% say the nation's efforts to combat the coronavirus are going badly right now. Optimists: 82% say scientists will eventually find a cure or vaccine. https://t.co/poxA9Z2tWz

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 7:41am
Little-known fact: Kirstie Alley and I were classmates at Wichita Southeast High School @WichitaSEHS in Kansas. #GoldenBuffaloes https://t.co/JgcnxOA1DT

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 24 - 7:37am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: Kids who are not in school are more at risk of abuse; The delay of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo isn't just the right choice – it's the only choice, writes @nrarmour of @usatodaysports. https://t.co/wPdz8nPyIT


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Susan Page
1 week ago:   Monday Mar 23 - 6:31pm
To follow up on a question raised on the @BrianLehrer Show this morning: VP Pence last week announced a change in federal regulations to allow doctors/nurses to work across state lines, regardless of state licenses. (Change wasn't only for telehealth consultations. ) https://t.co/Cux3YUUyOp

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Monday Mar 23 - 9:35am
"Somewhat virulent politics" https://t.co/XuSXOxcLwB

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Monday Mar 23 - 8:09am
The new @USATODAY Network website, https://t.co/wgn5YZsDmj, will allow users to select local businesses in their community to support by buying gift cards for use at a later time. Visitors and business owners can also add local businesses to the platform. https://t.co/pvznFLeMsm

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Monday Mar 23 - 7:12am
RT @USATODAY: "The coronavirus is a test for Trump, a defining moment that may well determine whether he wins his bid for a second term in November," writes @SusanPage https://t.co/rykUuirCmg

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Sunday Mar 22 - 5:32pm
This is going to be a book worth waiting for, about the remarkable James A. Baker III, written by two of the smartest reporters in the business, @peterbakernyt and @sbg1. https://t.co/I9cQageFOJ

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Sunday Mar 22 - 4:35pm
When nothing else matters: Coronavirus fuels a thirst for answers, an effort to spin blame https://t.co/GFtwIVV7SN via @usatoday

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Saturday Mar 21 - 3:20pm
@Kevin_Wensing @BarbaraBushFdn @BushFdn @Bush41Library @franceintheus @CVN77_GHWB @georgepbush @PierceBush @JennaBushHager @jgm41 @DanaPerino Perfect title, since Barbara Bush had wise things to say and also loved pearls. She bragged that those in her signature three-strand necklace were fake. (That may have been a pearl of wisdom, too.)

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Saturday Mar 21 - 11:50am
Sheltering in place, my husband built this model of Notre Dame, before the fire. Which will have to live forever on this table, because he's worried it will fall apart if we ever move it. https://t.co/0ePv4ZBz5x


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Susan Page
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 8:26pm
.@cspan is a national treasure. https://t.co/oiOlbrEaqL

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 8:22pm
#journalism https://t.co/vezdcU9X4d

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 7:35pm
‘Lean on Me.’ https://t.co/in2RHoDS2z

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 1:10pm
RIP. https://t.co/DWtsaCnVhE

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 12:55pm
How do you hold an election at a time of #coronavirus? Here's one way -->> https://t.co/Zi355dF753

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 9:56am
"If the virus never becomes pervasive beyond big cities, that could reinforce the sense among many Republican voters and office-holders that the threat has been overstated." https://t.co/KknGMDpN62

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 8:45am
"It may be that a country like China has a more top-down ability to insist on certain sets of behavior changes. But we ought to be able to do it in our way, in a bottom-up fashion. Americans are smart." NIH top doc talks with my @USATODAY colleague @khjelmgaard on the task ahead. https://t.co/MuALzblBMz

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 20 - 8:42am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: Racing for answers: Scientists are in an all-out effort to find a coronavirus vaccine; Hundreds of Americans who are marooned and desperate to get back say they feel 'abandoned' abroad https://t.co/bA4tq2WM7b


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Susan Page
1 week ago:   Thursday Mar 19 - 6:29pm
Deja vu? The last time Congress was negotiating an emergency financial package at a time of crisis, in 2008, Nancy Pelosi @SpeakerPelosi was the Democratic speaker and Mitch McConnell @senatemajldr was the Senate Republican leader.

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Thursday Mar 19 - 8:48am
A data analysis by @USATODAY finds that, two weeks after the U.S. first entered into community transmission on March 3, America’s trajectory is trending toward Italy’s, where circumstances are dire. The latest from my colleagues @khjelmgaard and @jjsergent. https://t.co/tsSVTiPEF0

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Thursday Mar 19 - 8:19am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: Trump invokes wartime powers in coronavirus fight; Emergency relief bill that provides paid leave, free testing and food aid during pandemic approved https://t.co/qLdk2VZqT2


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Susan Page
1 week ago:   Thursday Mar 19 - 7:34am
"It happens in every presidency, the unexpected, unforeseen crisis." https://t.co/l4Rv9SIryb

Susan Page
1 week ago:   Wednesday Mar 18 - 3:50pm
In May 2018, President Trump's biodefense preparedness adviser warned that a flu pandemic was the country’s No. 1 health security threat and the US was not prepared. Then her NSC office was disbanded. A look back at a key decision, via my @USATODAY colleague @dshesgreen. https://t.co/LFe9vJgkIf

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 18 - 8:47am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: Trump says 'We're going big' as the White House considers direct cash payments to help people during the coronavirus pandemic; the virus outbreak could shift voting methods in November https://t.co/45G926oJDJ


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Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Mar 17 - 7:23pm
@SteveKornacki Whoa.

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Mar 17 - 11:38am
RT @1450WCTC: RT GordonDeal: RT ThisMorningShow: .SusanPage from USATODAY discusses how #COVID19 transformed the #presidentialelection campaign of 2020. GordonDeal https://t.co/9pR8gE3LkV #TuesdayThoughts #Elections2020 #CoronaVirusPanic https://t.co/IGxqHLWDZm #WCTC #NJ #Jersey


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Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Mar 17 - 8:17am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: Schools, communities and businesses nationwide are scrambling to adjust as communities order widespread lockdowns; Social distancing myths: A Harvard epidemiologist explains seven things people get wrong https://t.co/S6hLrkHTjQ


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Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Monday Mar 16 - 11:59am
Coming up now: A Reddit AMA on the heartbreaking story by my @USATODAY Network colleagues @KatieWedell and @skychadde from the Columbus @DispatchAlerts on farmers dying -- by suicide. https://t.co/r6PXrWjxMl

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Monday Mar 16 - 6:34am
RT @USATODAY: On today’s #frontpage: Americans flying back from Europe face hourslong lines; Democratic race nears its end and the coronavirus crisis erupts https://t.co/AIYqXgNiUx


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Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Monday Mar 16 - 6:34am
Five ways the 2020 presidential campaign has been transformed, and in a flash. This is Day One. https://t.co/ACd4sJmItb

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 15 - 10:28pm
Day One of a campaign transformed: Biden the likely nominee, coronavirus the dominant issue https://t.co/0k0S9Qk2Ru via @USATODAY

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 15 - 9:14pm
To be clear, Joe Biden's commitment to choose a woman as his running mate grabs the headlines because he is now seen as the presumptive nominee.

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 15 - 10:43am
And the winner in the contest for Best Social Distancing goes to-->> https://t.co/zsz17Rju32

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 15 - 10:35am
To be clear, not only the biggest lesson from the 1918 influenza pandemic but also from the 2008 financial meltdown, the 9/11 terror attacks, the Vietnam War. . . . And the biggest lesson from your Mom. . . . https://t.co/jNqwomgaRg

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 15 - 10:32am
Setting the stage for tonight's debate-->> https://t.co/TbXhsUJ495

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 15 - 10:07am
Guy Cecil, veteran strategist and head of the largest Democratic super PAC, talks about campaigning amid coronavirus, the Democratic response to attacks on Hunter Biden, and whether we'll see a "virtual" Democratic convention in July. https://t.co/siJp1zVFpT

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Mar 14 - 5:50pm
Remind me: Has Elizabeth Warren endorsed anyone yet? Asking for a friend. https://t.co/ZTsN7k3Oq1

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Mar 14 - 5:41am
RT @ruralj: "This is an existential threat to President Trump in a way that impeachment was not," @SusanPage says on Washington Week's #coronavirus discussion. That makes it a threat to Republicans' Senate majority, so we can be sure @senatemajldr McConnell is trying to right the ship.

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Friday Mar 13 - 8:50pm
RT @ZachMontellaro: Since you're supposed to be practicing social distancing, how about staying in and watching @cspan tonight? @SteveScully, @SusanPage and I interviewed @guycecil on #Newsmakers, I even have the mug to prove it! Airs at 10 p.m. tonight and then multiple times on Sunday https://t.co/XE7DJujvJS


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Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Friday Mar 13 - 9:13am
"The reality could be far worse: about 17 people competing for each open (hospital) bed." A sobering analysis by my @USATODAY colleagues of the potential challenges ahead. https://t.co/atBSMB55kQ

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Friday Mar 13 - 9:06am
"When James Clyburn endorsed Joe Biden, what he really did was breathe fresh live into the civil rights revolution." With fixed link-->> https://t.co/VUlvvKHJQJ

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Friday Mar 13 - 8:39am
RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: The race is on to keep coronavirus cases short of the tipping point; NCAA cancels its men's and women's basketball tournaments and four professional sports leagues put their seasons on hold https://t.co/yynHVB29O7


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Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 11:54pm
RT @peterbakernyt: Democrats are significantly likelier to wash their hands more often now than Republicans, 63% to 48%, perhaps a reflection of faith in Trump that everything will be all right and the coronavirus will just go away. @SusanPage @JoelShannon91 https://t.co/D4uUXF5GKl

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 10:53pm
RT @AliVelshi: Join me @11thHour with: @SRuhle (they can’t keep us separated!) @SusanPage @peterbakernyt @IrwinRedlenerMD @SuzyKhimm @MaryAnnAhernNBC @CharlotteAlter @jmeacham

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 4:21pm
In OHIO: County officials desperately recruiting friends/family to fill in Tuesday for 100s of poll workers who have dropped out because of #coronavirus fears. From my @USATODAY Network colleagues at the Columbus @DispatchAlerts @RickRouan @colebehr_report https://t.co/0eXlHqUrle

Susan Page
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Mar 12 - 4:07pm
RT @washingtonweek: Joining @costareports on tomorrow’s #WashWeekPBS: @ToluseO @KimberlyEAtkins @SusanPage @HeidiNBC Read more about this week’s show here: https://t.co/TJLaSh8PS1 https://t.co/pYrKFc728m


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