Freddy Gray talks to Maureen Callahan of the New York Post about the runners and riders for the 2024 presidential election, including if her prediction of a Trump/Clinton rematch will come true.

2022 has only just begun but a lot of minds in American politics are already looking towards the next presidential election in 2024. For the Republicans, the big question is will Donald Trump be their nominee and if he isn’t who will fill that very large hole? Freddy Gray sits down with the editor of Modern Age, Daniel McCarthy.

It’s been one year since a large number of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building in Washington DC to try and prevent the certification of the 2020 presidential election. There are still many questions surrounding that infamous day and to look for some answers Freddy Gray talks with John Daniel Davidson, a senior editor at the Federalist.

Douglas Murray joins Freddy Gray for a look back at yet another tumultuous year in American politics. They discuss the irreconcilable divide between left and right, the origins of Covid-19, the war in Afghanistan, the fallout from the 2020 election and much more, including the temptations of a bottle of Glenmorangie whiskey.

The trail of Ghislaine Maxwell has gripped the world, a woman accused of truly horrendous crimes. But have we as a society thrown out the cardinal rule of innocent until proven guilty? Freddy Gray sits down with her brother Ian Maxwell who believes that her treatment pre-trial has been nothing short of torturous.

Freddy Gray speaks to New York Post journalist Miranda Devine about her new book ‘Laptop from Hell’, which details the bizarre story infamously suppressed on social media platforms during the 2020 presidential election.

Freddy Grays talks to Mark P Mills, the energy and tech expert at the Manhattan Institute think tank about his new book ‘The Cloud Revolution’.

Freddy Gray talks to Pano Kanelos, the president of the newly announced University of Austin, about what his project is hoping to achieve.

Freddy Gray talks to Iain Dale about his new book ‘The Presidents’, which takes a look at every holder of the office from George Washington to Joe Biden.

Freddy Gray talks to Michael Wolff about his latest book ‘Too Famous’, and looks back at how the quest for fame has affected politics over the last two decades.

Freddy Gray talks to Amber Athey and Matt McDonald about the results of the race for the governorship of Virginia and more.

Freddy Gray talks to Ben Schreckinger, political correspondent at Politico, about his new book, The Bidens: Inside the First Family’s Fifty-Year Rise to Power.

Freddy Gray talks to the academic Victor Davis Hanson about his latest book The Dying Citizen: How Progressive Elites, Tribalism, and Globalization Are Destroying the Idea of America.

Freddy Gray talks to Rebecca Nagle, the host of the This Land podcast, about issues affecting native Americans, including a potentially seismic Supreme Court case on adoption.

On the 15th anniversary of Wikileaks, Freddy Gray speaks to its Editor in Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson about the recent Yahoo! article that exposed the fact that the Trump Administration along with the CIA was working on plans to either kidnap or kill Julian Assange while he was still in hiding at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

Freddy Gray speaks to the Spectator’s Economics Editor Kate Andrews about President Biden’s Infrastructure Bill and the US debt ceiling.

President Biden has spent the week meeting with foreign leaders including Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Now, the number of people starting to speculate about the state Joe Biden’s health is growing. Freddy Gray sits down with Amber Athey, the Washington Editor for The Spectator to discuss where the cracks are beginning to show and what this could mean for Kamala Harris.

Freddy Gray sits down with The Spectator’s economics editor Kate Andrews to discuss the American economy. During the pandemic, inflation grew rapidly – but the latest reports show that it is on its way down again. Is this just a dip before another spike? And is the Met Gala the right venue for championing the poor?

Conservatives often feel in the minority on social media. New social media platforms are beginning to emerge, however, that say they can better protect free speech online. Freddy Gray speaks to Jason Miller, CEO of the new social media platform Gettr, about what needs to be done differently, whether it’s possible to get a diversity of voices on a platform started on the right, and whether he would work for Donald Trump again.

This podcast is sponsored by Gettr.

Joe Biden’s approval rating has dropped to 39 per cent, as he suffers from the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, an ongoing crisis at the border with Mexico, and rising Covid cases. Is it a short term dip, could Biden’s pandemic response wipe out the Democrats in the midterms, and will the 78-year-old still be president in 2028? Freddy Gray speaks to Jacob Heilbrunn, editor of the National Interest.