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Trey Gowdy former federal prosecutor and four term United States Congressman from South Carolina brings his one of a kind style to the podcast platform. Every week you’ll hear original commentaries and power player interviews. Don't be surprised if his former congressional colleagues stop by from time to time as well.
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Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses the gridlock in Congress Americans have seen this past week and why during a pandemic would be the time to work together and persuade each other. Trey explains the importance of the country expecting more of our politicians and the media who cover them. He goes on to give the building blocks of persuasion, the value of knowing the facts before expressing opinions and the importance of knowing both your goals and who your jury is. Plus, Trey reminds listeners about his new book coming out, Doesn’t Hurt To Ask. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy poses questions about recent instances of hypocrisy, when it comes to federal intervention in the Portland protests, how the Democrats conducted themselves during their hearing with Attorney General William Barr and the potential reopening of schools.  Trey explains the importance of gathering all of the facts before weighing in on something and he discusses the art of persuasion and why it is in Americans’ best interest not to argue but persuade one another. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses the turbulent times the country has experienced recently and questions how the year 2020 has felt different than difficult times of the past. Trey explains how the political landscape of our country demonstrates the division of opinion in America, the important relationship of co-citizenry and the important work that goes into sharing a republic. Later, Trey asks his listeners questions about the justice system, immigration enforcement and the commutation of Roger Stone, then he answers listener-submitted questions. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy takes the time to thank his listeners for their appreciation of the diversity of guests and opinions on his podcast. Trey explains why he will be exploring the topic of persuasion in the coming weeks and the importance of allowing yourself to be persuaded. Later, Trey talks about the beach and how his perception of the beach has changed as he's gotten older.  Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy is joined by his friend, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C, to discuss what he sees as serious flaws in the Mueller investigation and why he believes former special counsel Robert Mueller needs to testify before his committee. Sen. Graham tells Trey Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report revealed the other side of the Trump-Russian investigation and that he plans to ensure anyone on Mueller’s team who may have abused their power is held accountable. Graham also tells Gowdy what he thinks of the ‘defund the police’ movement, the rise in crime in U.S. cities and his desire to continue making South Carolina and the country a better place. Later, Trey answers listener-submitted questions on how the GOP can appeal to more female voters, the Durham report and more. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy sits down with Mick Mulvaney, former White House Chief of Staff and Director of the Office of Management and Budget and current U.S Special Envoy to Northern Ireland. Mick tells Trey about how he landed the cabinet position of Director of OMB, he criticizes John Bolton’s decision to betray the trust of his position and write a tell-all book. Mick also discusses his previous role as White House Chief of Staff and recounts what it was like being in the White House leading up to the impeachment proceedings. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy reflects on America's independence and the importance of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Trey explains that we do not have to wait for our country’s independence day to celebrate and reflect on our own personal independence, significance and happiness. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses how law has the potential to be a unifying force and that it should be respected, but should also strive to fix itself when it is not worthy of that respect. Trey talks about his friend Senator Tim Scott’s (R-S.C.) recent challenge in attempting to pass a police reform bill, the scrutiny and insensitivity he faced as a black Republican trying to pass this legislation. Plus, Trey explains the willingness of Senator Scott to compromise with Senate Democrats and how the issue became more enticing than the solution for some Democrats. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
A Walk Towards Unity

A Walk Towards Unity

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Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses why Americans feel the country is out of control and how people of different political persuasions can unify and meet in the middle on important issues. Trey goes on to thank his dad on Father’s Day for setting high standards with his hard work and kindness and welcomes his wife Terri Gowdy, his Congressional scheduler Mary-Langston Willis and former Staff Director of the House Oversight Committee Sheria Clarke. They share stories about their fathers and the qualities they had that made them role models in each of their lives. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses what the role of the police should be as national conversations focus on the topic of law enforcement. Trey weighs in on the burdensome responsibilities and expectations of a police officer in modern society, highlighting how impactful the actions of a good cop can be on the lives of the people who call them for help or protection and about the price police pay when they put their lives on the line. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy speaks with Sheria Clarke, former staff director of the House Oversight and Government Reform. Trey and Sheria discuss how the justice system is viewed differently by certain communities within the American family. Sheria explains difficult conversations she has to have with her own children because they are black, the value of religion in the fight for racial equality and the importance of people connecting with others different from them. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy speaks with Kim Strassel, member of the editorial board at the Wall Street Journal. Kim tells Trey about how she first discovered her passion for journalism, she breaks down  the difference between news and editorials and how a newspaper decides what news is worth covering. She explains how young people can ensure the news they are reading is reliable, how newspapers choose conservative and liberal voices for their editorial boards and they breakdown why the New York Times opinion board editor resigning, due to an unpopular op-ed, may damage people’s faith in journalism.  Later, Trey and Kim discuss her experience covering the Russia investigation in 2016 and the importance of journalists applying the same standard to everyone. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy recounts how he became friends with now Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe, after endorsing his opponent for Congress. Trey then discusses how George Floyd's murder by a police officer demonstrates an abuse of power. Trey highlights how businesses being looted and burned creates more innocent victims, while others are trying to honor George Floyd, an innocent victim himself. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses the importance of Memorial Day. Trey discusses how history remembers the names of the most famous people but advocates that our actions shouldn’t be taken in pursuit of fame. Trey takes the time to recognize the men and women who fought for America and made it what it is today. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy is joined by California Representative and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes. Trey and Rep. Nunes discuss the origins of the Russia probe, the investigation of the Trump campaign in 2016 and media leaks that occurred while collecting intelligence. They recount how they worked together to prove the connection between Fusion GPS and the DNC and highlighted FBI maleficence against the Trump campaign. Later, Rep. Nunes shares his thoughts on unmasking being used as a political tool and expresses his hopes for the Justice Department investigation into the Russian probe. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses how unfairness has impacted politics, the media and the justice system. In the finale of his three-part series, Trey discusses how a true impartial judge rules against what they believe personally in favor of the law and the facts, the difference between fake news and biased news and the examples of the media double standard when it comes to former Vice President Biden’s assault allegations, the FBI investigation of Michael Flynn and the behavior of Rep. Adam Schiff. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
In the second part of the fairness trilogy, former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses the concept of unfairness and what we notice when fairness is absent in our lives.  Trey discusses how experiences with unfairness can change what a person perceives as fair, how he handled his own encounter with unfairness and the value of having an objective referee. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TreyGowdy
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy is joined by his friend, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott to discuss how their mothers inspired them to become the men they are today. Senator Scott shares how his mother encouraged him to help as many people as he could and how it feels to see her American dream come true. Trey and Sen. Scott discuss the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, the issue of hate in this country and how it impacts the fairness of the justice system. Later, Trey dives into why the FBI treatment of Michael Flynn doesn’t fit an objective standard of fairness. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TreyGowdy
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses the concept of fairness and what happens when our definition of fairness differs from others. Trey discusses how he believes justice and equality are connected, the difficulty of treating people the same when their situations are different and he pushes back against the idea that if something is balanced, it's fair. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy is joined by Dr. Ben Young, teaching pastor with a doctorate in  theology and author of the book “Room For Doubt” They discuss how Dr. Young first acknowledged his own doubts growing up in a religious household, how doubt can prevent people from embracing religion and the value of voicing  your own doubts. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
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Tobin Prowant

The point is not to live forever. The point is to create something that will. When you create another generation and they create another generation. You truly have create something that will live forever.

Aug 4th
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james rau

haha! "with the exception of..." agreed!!!

Jul 20th
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CJ Black

Thoroughly enjoyed this episode- Thank you

Jul 7th
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Tobin Prowant

With Joe Biden your half a heart beat away from being president

Jun 30th
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Ryan H

God bless Trey Gowdy

Jun 23rd
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Tobin Prowant

In the next Podcast you talked about an elderly couple. I'm sure they were trying to build a relationship with someone who didn't who look like them. I'm sure they were trying to build a relationship with someone who didn't who look like them. how did that work out for them? In the last painful moments of there life. I am sure they thought what did we do? the answer was they were kind to someone that didn't look like them.

Jun 22nd
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Tobin Prowant

Do you honestly believe that the fact that nobody has a bad word to say about you automatically makes you a good person? Do you believe the fact that everybody is your friend and you don't have any enemies has any impact on you as a personally? Mr. Gowdy I'm sure if you had given in more often to the democrats and thrown more republicans under the bus. I'm sure you would a had more friends in Washington. I'm sure you would have had more media personalities saying what a great person you were. What does that really mean anything about who you are

Jun 22nd
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Tobin Prowant

How does improving the Justice system stop people from murdering each other? Because we all know When certain people say improve the Justice system. They actually mean let criminals out earlier. They also mean no bail. They also mean ROR for criminals. The truth is the activist's the mob they don't give a game about cops they don't give a dam about prosecutors.. They only care about themselves. And when you give in to them you Lose. America the innocent civilians on the street loses.. The ritually O screen to let criminals out of jail the ones with private security. Don't be just fine.. The ritually and move to another country or another neighborhood or another town or another state. What regular people they will continue to be harmed by weak kneed jello spined cowards. When you kneel before the mob you simply give them a better target.

Jun 22nd
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Steven J Morgan

Love your podcast. Love the emotion in your voice. This one got to me, prayers for his family and yours. Keep up the great work!

Jun 18th
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Josh Offutt

Thank you Trey people dont see the heart of law enforcement.

Jun 17th
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james rau

raw and difficult. thx

Jun 16th
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Judi Kingsman

I cried for various reasons during this podcast. Thank you. from the Fraser Coast Queensland Australia 🇦🇺❤️

Jun 3rd
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Judi Kingsman

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Jun 3rd
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Barbara McArthur

I have been thinking lately that this is not the country I served. I struggle with this thought because this is such a great country and I believe that everyone here should thank God for being here. I don't understand how so many people could hate this country so much and want to tear it down. on the other hand, the government has become so large and crooked. It makes me sad.

Jun 3rd
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Judi Kingsman

far out Mr Gowdy ‼️😊 you must be the fairest man I've ever heard speak. 💥⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

May 31st
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Judi Kingsman

yes. I understand ❤️ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

May 31st
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Judi Kingsman

very inspirational 😊💙

May 31st
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Judi Kingsman

I can understand you. it's a little hollow but nothing to worry about 😊⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

May 31st
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Judi Kingsman

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

May 31st
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Judi Kingsman

loving the podcast 🌟

May 31st
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