On the Plane

Dowd, Sick Instead of Skewering, Gets Help from White House Doc

By Michael Abramowitz
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia---Having made a living for years skewering President Bush, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd is almost certainly not one of the White House's favorite columnists.

She refers to the president dismissively, by his middle initial, and has been vastly less than impressed by his efforts in the Middle East. "After subverting diplomacy in his first term," Dowd wrote recently of Bush's latest efforts to mediate between the Israelis and Palestinians, "now W. does drive-by diplomacy, taking a playboy approach to peace."

This kind of language did not, however, dissuade White House aides and medical staff from leaping to help Dowd when she fell ill during Bush's eight-day swing through the Middle East.

Dowd elected to join the overseas trip even though it meant missing a frenzy of presidential-election mania in the United States. As a longtime chronicler of the Bush family and its connections to the Middle East, she says she was interested in covering Bush's first extended visit to the region, including his first trip ever to Saudi Arabia and his first trip as president to Israel.

Once she arrived in Jerusalem last Tuesday (the day of the New Hampshire primary), Dowd fell sick - and started second-guessing her decision to leave the campaign trail for the presidential bubble abroad. She was suffering some kind of stomach bug that left her nauseous, weak and feeling feverish.

"I'm not sure it was a New Hampshire fever or Jerusalem food poisoning," Dowd said.

Presidential aides, including press secretary Dana Perino, made clear early on that Dowd could see Dr. Richard J. Tubb, the Air Force brigadier general who oversees the White House medical office and takes care of the president at home and abroad.

But Dowd declined. With no medication, she tried to soldier on by grabbing whatever rest she could in her hotel room--not easy to do in a trip of constant movements. By the time the presidential entourage moved to Bahrain from Kuwait on Saturday, she felt even worse. She was so sick, in fact, that she could not write her regular Sunday column.

Dowd finally decided to take up the White House on its offer.

A young press aide, Carlton Carroll, helped arrange for Dowd to visit Tubb at the Emirates Palace, the over-the-top $3 billion luxury hotel where the president and his aides were staying. The hotel is so vast that Dowd and her escorts got lost twice in the marble and gold hallways. She finally found herself in a fully-staffed doctors' office with a trunk full of various medications, a solicitous nurse and a super-competent White House physician.

Tubb gave her a few tablets of Cipro and some Pepto-Bismol and told her to check back with him the next day. She turned down Tubb's offer of an IV (so there was no chance of an "accidental" poisoning, she joked).

"He was wonderful--just really sweet," Dowd said in an interview Tuesday afternoon in the press filing center in Riyadh, where she appeared to be on the mend and said she was feeling much better.

On Sunday, when our entourage flew from Bahrain to the United Arab Emirates, Dowd was supposed to be flying on the press charter, without access to Tubb. But the White House made room for her aboard Air Force One, where she visited the doctor once again in his office near the president's.

"I was thinking that if I ran into Bush, I would have to apologize for it not being a fatal disease," Dowd said. "He was very generous to share his doctor--even if he didn't know it."

Dowd said Tubb and the rest of the White House staff who helped her were "fantastic"--and nobody complained about her columns.

"That's not the time they take you to task," Dowd said.

White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe, who was also involved in assisting Dowd, suggested the offer to help was a no-brainer. "The White House medical unit, while here for the president, also wants to make sure that everyone in the entire traveling party received medical care of they need it," he said. "Everyone appreciates how much Dr. Tubb and his team look after the group."

The only people who might be complaining about the whole affair could well be Dowd's editors, who may end up paying for one the most expensive columns in her illustrious career. The Middle East trip could well cost upwards of $20,000 for each journalist along. With no column last Sunday, Dowd was doing the math Tuesday afternoon to figure out how much each word of her Wednesday column would cost the Times.

"I am not sure my bosses will think this is money well spent," she acknowledged. "The only thing to come out of it so far is a Washington Post item."

Given her kind treatment by the White House, Dowd said she has been debating with herself how tough to be on Bush in her Wednesday column--but strongly suggested it would have little effect in general: "I am not sure that his saving my life is going to be enough to save his."

By Washington Post Editor |  January 15, 2008; 10:47 AM ET  | Trip:  Bush in Middle East, Jan. 2008
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It's not the President's doctor - it is a doctor provided by the taxpayers of the United States - kind of like SOCIALIZED medicine. Makes you wonder why W doesn't decline and pay for his own doctor and medical care - after all he is a man of principle, isn't he????

Posted by: SonnyBono | January 15, 2008 12:42 PM

hmmm..am no fan of dowd. maybe that IV should have been mandatory!

Posted by: mikel | January 15, 2008 12:46 PM

Jerusalem food poisoning? Maybe the Israelis were sending Ms. Dowd a message, and gave Dr. Tubbs antidote. For Dowd, it was either Dr. Tubbs or death.

Posted by: Jojo | January 15, 2008 1:01 PM

She needs to get married and settle down. How old is she now?

Posted by: Karl | January 15, 2008 1:25 PM

you did not write anything about the emirates palace, why not blog about that huge palace

Posted by: ji | January 15, 2008 1:27 PM

the doctor is paid for by the taxpayers and citizens of this country of which ms dowd is a member. does the staff deserve a medal to supply health care to a needy american? how about healthcare for all americans? try it, you might like it.

Posted by: Anonymous | January 15, 2008 1:35 PM

Whatever you say Karl (Rove), but she's still a hot piece of @$$.

Posted by: Joe | January 15, 2008 1:44 PM

It wan't the flu or food poisoning. She was hungover from a few too many Hillary Clinton hate-tinis.

Posted by: citizenjane | January 15, 2008 1:45 PM

So if Dowd was demonstrably in Jerusalem during the New Hampshire primary, how could she possibly have seen Hillary's "misty" moment, Bill's intercession, and even the results of the primary, which Dowd reported in the New York Times under a dateline of Derry, N.H.? Something smells here, and it ain't Dowd's puke.

Posted by: edward allen | January 15, 2008 1:48 PM

Gosh, Abramowitz, could you be any more fawning? Me, on the other hand, after the Valerie Plame incident cooked up after another field trip, could easily suspect someone on the President's plane of poisoning her as pay back.

Posted by: Sara B. | January 15, 2008 2:22 PM

Maureen Dowd for President!

Posted by: jojo | January 15, 2008 2:22 PM

re: edward allen
Dowd's dateline
That got some ink a few days ago. Here's one piece on it:

Posted by: Brian | January 15, 2008 2:38 PM

Dowd is the one who put Bush in office in the first place by spending most of her time in 2000 carping on how phony an "alpha male" Gore was. Now she is doing the same regarding Hillary Clinton, whom she obviously despises beyond reason. Nobody resents a strong woman more than another strong woman, I guess. But no matter who gets in, Dowd will whine later and say I Told You So. As an actual critic of any politician (even Bush, who she helped install) , she has no credibility whatsoever.

Posted by: dyinglikeflies | January 15, 2008 2:39 PM

Is it necessary to read politics into a very kind and capable doctor helping a sick person in the traveling party? I was lucky enough to have Dr. Tubb take care of me in 2000, when I was covering the Gore campaign. I also initially resisted - I figured the WH doctor had better things to do than attend to a reporter experiencing some shortness of breath. The staff insisted - telling me, eventually, that Dr. Tubb benefited from taking care of ill people -- it keeps him sharp. He was extremely kind and solicitous, gave me an inhaler, and jokingly told everyone on Air Force Two not to make fun of me for having to use it. It turned out I had asthma, and I never would have gone to see my physician if Dr. Tubb had not absolutely insisted (and followed up afterward). So instead of making snarky comments, how about just appreciating the kindness shown by Dr. Tubb?

Posted by: Susan | January 15, 2008 3:14 PM

Gee Susan. I don't think any of the 'snarky' comments are referring to Dr. Tubb and his kindness but to the hypocrisy of wonderful, competent, taxpayer provided healthcare for some people, but not to all. Or don't you think ALL Americans are deserving whether or not they happen to be taken ill while in a special traveling party?.

Posted by: gwatts | January 15, 2008 3:29 PM

Ms Dowd, I hope you get well Soon. At least well enough to strut your stuff.

Posted by: erroldippa | January 15, 2008 3:35 PM

WOW!!! Really impressive "news."

Maybe we'll be treated to a full account of Bill Kristol's next GI problem (that would be gastro/not military, obviously...)

Do press on with such complete coverage of really, really, really important items. God knows we don't need any more info on returning war vets...

Posted by: suzeq | January 15, 2008 3:40 PM

I am so unrealistic about wishing people would fight fair that I am disappointed when talented commentators publicly make jokes and practice nasty cleverness on public figures. Poisonous bites for the sake of displaying wicked snappishness is both boring and self-serving. I appreciate Dowd's research and revelations about candidate's inconsistencies, but politics at the national level is serious business and leading figures usually deserve basic respect.

Posted by: Paul R. Cooper | January 15, 2008 3:46 PM

I always like Dowd - very insightful and interesting reading

now W. does drive-by diplomacy, taking a playboy approach to peace."

Posted by: Tony | January 15, 2008 3:46 PM

Funny, the NYT didn't think this news was fit to print. I guess we're all human after all.

Posted by: Jim | January 15, 2008 4:03 PM

Bush ought to love her. With the hatchet job she did on Al Gore in 2000, she was almost as important in getting Dubya elected as the five hacks in robes on the Supreme Court.

Posted by: John | January 15, 2008 4:09 PM

What a beautiful woman!

Posted by: Gary Thomas | January 15, 2008 4:10 PM

Bush ought to love her. With the hatchet job she did on Al Gore in 2000, she was almost as important in getting Dubya elected as the five hacks in robes on the Supreme Court.

Posted by: John | January 15, 2008 4:10 PM

Aw, c'mon, what's a president to do? Help an ailing journalist or get accused of leaving her to "expire" in the Middle East (along with his policies)? Please exuse me for sound cynical, Mr. Abramowitz, but, uh, was this worth a story?

Posted by: sayitain'tso | January 15, 2008 4:10 PM

After her last book "Are men necessary?" i think the next one should be "Are White House doctors necessary?" Guess so.

Posted by: cd | January 15, 2008 4:13 PM

Happy as I am to hear that Maureen Down is suffering, why is this news?

Posted by: cythera4 | January 15, 2008 4:14 PM

What an amazing story about a person getting sick on a trip and being treated by a doctor. Simply astounding!

Keep up the great political commentary.

Posted by: Jeff | January 15, 2008 4:21 PM

Who says this hasn't been a good year (2008) for the RepubS?

Al Hunt almost chokes on a Chicken Bone and is saved by a right-winger

Grassy Knoll Sid is busted for drunk driving

And now M. Dowd is not well. I am sure all the pukes on the left will blame Bush.

On the other hand maybe it's just GOD.

Cheers to all you left/liberals that whine for a living.


Posted by: wileyyyy2001@yahoo.com | January 15, 2008 4:24 PM

Maureen, was not ill at all she was just feeling more like she like her old self!

Posted by: A, W Guy | January 15, 2008 4:25 PM

It's getting more than a bit sickening to hear people politicizing this sort of thing. It is not automatically required that the medical staff assigned to care for the President to step in to take care of reporters on these trips. That it happened is simply a testimony that despite the venom spewed by any reporter, the medical staff was willing to step in to help Ms Dowd. When any US citizen travels overseas, except for military personnel, they are responsible for their own medical care. There is no automatic responsibility that falls on the staff assigned to the President or any other US officals medical staff. What went on is commendable action not what a reporter is "owed" as a US Citizen. Get over it people.

Posted by: gscotth | January 15, 2008 5:31 PM

It is hard to believe that anyone wanted Ms. Dowd to recover. She hates Bush, she hates Hillary Clinton, she hated Al Gore -- why would anyone want her to live?

Posted by: Southern Girl | January 15, 2008 5:33 PM

I have to laugh. Here's someone who loves to disparage "W" for lying and misreprestenting things, and she does the same thing. (Link to report from Kerry, NH).

The President is the Commander-in-Chief. This would be in the military. It isn't an example of socialized medicine for the President to have a doctor along on the trip. I do laugh at all of the posters that want to bring that 'end' about (but have probably never lived under socialized medicine).

I can't stand Dowd's columns (or maybe written by some recent grad?) because of all of the anger and bitterness that pours out of them. It's amazing that this attitude comes out in a piece about her being sick with only a few quotes of her.

Posted by: steves | January 15, 2008 5:42 PM

I wonder what would have happened if an American journalist had to be treated with the medicines available in an Iraqi hospital.

In fact, I wish all journalists could only be treated with the medicine available at an Iraqi hospital. Then maybe our newspapers would mention something about the genocide we've committed.

Posted by: anticlimacus | January 15, 2008 5:44 PM

I feel sick too if I got that close to Bush.

Posted by: InSouthChicago | January 15, 2008 9:22 PM

Headline: Maureen Dowd Pukes In the Middle East

Posted by: Chunka Chunk | January 16, 2008 3:25 AM

Headline: MoDo loses Mojo in anti Hillary diatribe and feels just sick about it.

Ms.Dowd has jumped the snark and is smart enough to know her influenzal days are dwindling. White House doc can't cure her congenital problems (dating back to her gorey Gore period) with cipro she needs to rest until November 5, 2008.

Posted by: Diane | January 16, 2008 9:59 AM

I hope the NY Times covers the full cost of Dowd's medical treatment from the White House - or reimburses it through its health insurance plan. Otherwise it is a huge ethical breach for a NYT staff person to have received something of great value for free.

Posted by: Keith | January 16, 2008 10:15 AM

Just typical... we are falling all over ourselves praising the Bush staff (well paid for by our tax dollars) for simply doing the right thing.

Posted by: Kathy | January 16, 2008 11:53 AM

I've been treated by doctors in Uzbekistan and in Israel for aggresssive microbes, too. We should take international travel more seriously. Their germs and parasites can defy our medecine and our immune systems. We never fully solved "Gulf War Syndrome" of our troops in the first Gulf War. Better Ms. Dowd be impressed with the viscious bug she picked up than with the Presidential doctor. Let her ask what kind of medical mysteries the current troops in Iraq & Afghanistan are experiencing.

Posted by: Deborah | January 16, 2008 12:01 PM

Is it nauseous or nauseated?

Posted by: Uncle Pesty | January 16, 2008 12:01 PM

Maureen who?

Posted by: d1carter | January 16, 2008 12:30 PM

I'm sick of the fawning attention paid to "MoDo". Seriously, WaPo editors, this is a story?

Far from hating her, Bush loves the "flame-haired flamethrower." She's pretty and flirty and all her fancy sniping at him has no impact whatsoever.

Posted by: LessDo | January 16, 2008 1:47 PM


Posted by: Steve | January 16, 2008 4:31 PM

What Dowd suffered from seems to be a common traveller's complaint, and what the charming American fellow-travellers (including the supercompetent doctor) did to dose her up was provide little advanced from patent remedies available from any corner drugstore. Surprising she was so gushy about it.

Also surprising she didn't already have, bought at her own or the Times' expense before she left the US, $20-worth of patent medications (hint: include Pepto-Bismol) picked out at a corner drugstore before she set out, to protect her from Hussein's revenge, the collywobbles, the trots and upchucks and queasies that can be expected when travelling in foreign climes, eating unfamiliar foreign food.

Posted by: kunino | January 16, 2008 5:32 PM

This lady Dowd is a highly overrated moron who has some choice lines and linguistic tricks and struts them like a media hack that she is. A reasonably good third rate writer whose pseudo-cleverness is often pompous and jarring, is also a court clown for the ruling class. Her cheap linguistic tricks seems picked up in a evening writing class paid by the hacky New York Times. The fact that she is a high priestess of op-ed in NYT shows the depths to which the intellectual climate of the Times has descended. Somebody has asked why is she is not married? One can safely point out that there are not many men who would want a woman like that.

Posted by: dowdlover | January 16, 2008 5:40 PM

To the moderator, if he or she exists: If this comment from "Joe," pasted in below, doesn't qualify as "inappropriate"--your standard for exclusion from the fray---what does? Actually spelling out the word? (And by the way, I'm not a fan of Maureen Dowd---but I'm even less of a fan of idiots and their enablers.)

"Whatever you say Karl (Rove), but she's still a hot piece of @$$."

Posted by: Not in Kansas Anymore | January 16, 2008 6:15 PM

He/she calls Dowd a "third-rate writer."
"Her cheap linguistic tricks seems picked up in a evening writing class paid by the hacky New York Times."
Sorry, your subject and verb are not in agreement.
And, "picked up in a evening writing class."

Posted by: BigJ | January 16, 2008 11:45 PM

Mr. Abramowitz is obviously a New Yorker who thinks nauseated is spelled nauseous. Ms. Dowd is nauseated means she feels ill. Ms. Dowd is nauseous means that she makes those around her feel ill. Wait a minute--maybe he is right after all. of course, Woody Allen is solely responsible for turning nauseated into nauseous (pronounced NWAH-SHUS in New York pidgin.)

- Bill

Posted by: bill | January 17, 2008 12:21 AM

SonnyBono wites: "Makes you wonder why W doesn't decline and pay for his own doctor and medical care - after all he is a man of principle, isn't he????"

Which principle is that? I lack any awareness of Bush having any principles at all.

Posted by: Anonymous | January 17, 2008 8:36 AM

Oh, what a joke. The WH staff shows her courtesy they would show a dog (and that they've shown turkeys in the past) and Dowd is supposed to feel guilty and curb her attacks on a presidency that has been so destructive to this country? Puleeze.

Posted by: Xtina | January 17, 2008 11:22 AM

Hey BigJ,

You are absolutely correct about the "subject and verb" issue...
It was intentional. It is how Dowd writes...to describe her writing any more eloquently would be to acknowledge her existence as a writer. This many of us cannot. A good place for her to pen her moronic diatribes would be a tabloid trash where she can also directly indulge in her fantasies about sexuality and so on. She is a fool who has climbed her way up by unmentionable stuff..
Coining phrases like OBAMBI (to describe Obama) may impress your impressionistic racist mind, but it does not impress many of us.

Posted by: dowdlover | January 17, 2008 12:21 PM

Maureen's column was missed on Sunday. However, no one should expect a sick day when they only produce work 2 days a week. Didn't you have an outline in mind Mo? ....and ....Why would you initially refuse medical treatment? For that mistake alone you should cover the entire cost of your trip overseas. Your time abroad is not your own when you represent the NYT.

I had a friend who ate a piece of fruit in Isreal and almost died.. . . pesticides?
Also, never travel without stomach remedies. duh

Stay tough Maureen...some of us love you, but you should still reimburse the paper. No play, no pay.

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Pepto Bismol warrants a story.

Donny Graham, your mother would be chewing you out right now.

There goes WaPo's credibility a little bit more under the John Podhoretzian leadership of Donny Graham.

Posted by: Mark | January 21, 2008 10:27 AM

I think that her opinion of Bush and need for medical attention might be somewhat related. However, given that point, it doesn't make Bush correct in all his endeavors.

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W travels with his own medical staff - paid for by taxpayers? What's his deductible? Do we also cover his wife's health care or do the Bushes pay extra for a family plan? Does the goverment buy him a plan with a private insurer like Blue Cross/Blue Shield or Cigna? Do his claims ever get rejected or are they always automatically paid for? Do his adult children get government health care too? The story isn't Maureen Dowd - I'd really like to know the details of the government-sponsored health care coverage provided for W and Cheney and my senator and representative and how that coverage compares with those of us trying to make a living in the private sector. No wonder W pays only lip service and has no empathy for the uninsured or those who have had to declare bankrupcy because - even though they had insurance - the insurance company refused to pay for or authorize treatments.

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