Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008
7:30 p.m., in the Geneva Room

USA Today's Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page

As the Washington Bureau Chief of the most highly circulated newspaper in the country, Susan Page is a leading D.C. reporter and expert on the presidential perspective, She will add her 30 years of expertise to the President's Forum on Tuesday, Nov. 18. Page has been at the center of all breaking presidential news through six presidential elections and four White House administrations. She has interviewed the past seven U.S. presidents.

An award-winning journalist, Page was onsite to cover the Three Mile Island nuclear mishap hours after it was reported; has traveled extensively in Southeast Asia to chronicle the exodus of Vietnamese boat people; and sat down to dinner with Richard Nixon to hear him critique Ronald Reagan's reelection campaign.

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