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Judy Woodruff: final show on PBS Newshour. A Milestone.
She moderated presidential debates and interviewed several heads of state.
In 2013, she became a PBS Newshour co-anchor with Gwen Ifill.
After Gwen Ifill passed away in 2016, Judy Woodruff became the sole anchor.
She will now devote her efforts to a new reporting project in 2023 and 2024:
"Judy Woodruff Presents: America at a Crossroads".
I'm very intrigued by this project and am confident her reporting will be excellent.
Learned recently about her disabled son who changed her view on healthcare.
There are surely some good people still there, but it won't be quite the same. Gwen Ifill, Mark Shields... I sure still miss them also.
But, I move my head; side to side realizing where has the time gone.
Wow.One of the rare birds who was actually able to use her Major after graduation. Remember all those years on CNN with that political campaign show, every day? I did always think that such a thing was only feeding into the ridiculousness of a TWO YEAR campaign, when Reps. get elected for only 2 years, anyhow, and even Senators for 6 years, and the Prez for 4 years. A two-year campaign is just silly.
1963: She won the Young Miss Augusta beauty pageant. Not surprised.