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Susan B. Glasser (born January 14, 1969) is an American journalist and news editor. She writes the column "Trump's Washington" in and is an editor at The New Yorker . She previously served as editor-in-chief of Politico magazine and editor at Foreign Policy and The Washington Post . Roll Call   
Glasser was born to a
Jewish family, the daughter of Lynn (née Schreiber) and Stephen Glasser.   Her parents are the founders of a weekly legal newspaper,  , and a legal and business publishing company, Glasser Legal Works. Legal Times   Her grandfather, Melvin Glasser, supervised the field trials for the  polio vaccine.   Glasser graduated  from cum laude Harvard University. 
In September 2000, she married
Peter Baker in a civil ceremony. Her husband is the chief  White House correspondent for . The New York Times 
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