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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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This week, Trey Gowdy answers listeners’ questions about the extreme winter conditions in Texas, the latest on the Durham report and whether New York Governor Andrew Cuomo will be held accountable for his pandemic nursing home policies. Later, Trey reflects on what direction the Republican party is headed and finding a balance between having the important arguments about policy and presenting a unified front. Follow Trey on Twitter:@TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy questions what expectations and standards Americans have for our leaders and the President. Trey reflects on whether Americans have reasonable expectations for a president and asserts that it is the responsibility of the citizens to demand exceptional leadership for their country. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics at Princeton University, Keith E. Whittington. Professor Whittington explains the fundamentals of impeachment, the parameters of who can be impeached and for what reasons. He also explains the arguments for and against moving forward with former President Trump’s impeachment . Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by FOX News Chief Political Anchor, Bret Baier. Bret shares what first inspired him to pursue a career in journalism, how news media has changed in the past few decades and his passion for raising money for Children’s National Hospital through his upcoming charity, the All-Star Panel event. Later, Trey speaks about the approaching impeachment trial of former President Trump. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by Justice on the South Carolina Supreme Court, Justice John Cannon Few Justice Few shares the importance of a judge showing deference to the jury, how members of the judiciary separate their personal beliefs from both the facts and the law and how we can strengthen our democracy by listening to one another. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy asserts the idea that fairness should not depend on political party, but instead should be the standard we give to both our friends and our opponents. He explains his hopes that America can establish a system of accountability for politicians and media that lie, and why the political environment we live in does not encourage asking questions. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on last week’s violence at the U.S. Capitol building and his hopes the country returns to acting as a nation of laws. He explains the consequences of the destructive nature of the fighting amongst fellow Americans and poses the question of where the accountability lies for political leaders who mislead their constituents.  Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by Republican strategist, former Deputy Chief of Staff and Campaign Manager for George W. Bush, Karl Rove. Karl shares his early passion for politics and government, how he selected political candidates he would work with and the importance of being tolerant of all political views and beliefs . Later, Karl explains how the Georgia runoff elections brought him back into the world of political campaigns. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This Thing We Call Hope

This Thing We Call Hope

2020-12-2930:042

This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on New Year’s Eve, new beginnings and the idea of hope on the horizon. He explains why he loves New Year’s Eve and its symbolism of a new slate, encourages people to make a difference in their own communities and shares what he believes the greatest American institution is. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on the holiday season and how he plans to celebrate Christmas with his family. He explains what Christmas is like at the Gowdy household, and what his holiday wishes are for his podcast listeners. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by former White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, Ari Fleischer. Ari explains how he landed his first job, how the modern political and media landscape has become even more partisan due to technology and the importance of separating opinion from news. Later, Ari explains what it is going to take for the country to return to a time when the media was respected and trusted. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy shares stories from his clerkship on a Federal Court in South Carolina with Judge Ross Anderson. He explains why Judge Anderson decided to take a chance on him, how the trying moments he faced in clerking for the Judge prepared him for his future and how friendship was an important aspect of a relationship with Judge Anderson, rather than politics. Later, Trey reflects on the recent passing of Judge Anderson and expresses gratitude for his friendship and mentorship. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy answers listeners' questions about what news source people can trust and why someone would run for Congress in the current political climate.Trey offers advice on whether law school is the best choice for you. Later, Trey explains that when it comes to voter fraud the evidence needs to be cross-examined to the allegations being made. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on celebrating Thanksgiving this year and the importance of expressing gratitude. Trey discusses how people should be affirmative in looking for things to be grateful for, the thanks we should give for the gift of life and Trey gives thanks for his friends, his family and even his critics. Later, Trey notes how the country is always striving to become better. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy questions what the demand and expectation for the truth should be. Trey explains the things that he believes we can all do better, like looking for proof before accepting an assertion someone has made, what the consequence false accusations or untruthfulness should be and whether he believes one’s visibility changes how they behave. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
The Right Change Matters

The Right Change Matters

2020-11-1022:373

This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on the results of the 2020 election and how each American may be reacting to the news. Trey explains the importance of respecting the election results while also ensuring election integrity, the responsibility of those alleging fraud to prove there was fraud and what level of tolerance we should have for mistakes. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
This week, Trey Gowdy explains what is on his mind as the country waits for election results. Trey compares the wait for election results to a prosecutor’s wait for the verdict of a jury trial, the importance of reflecting how you can do better before you get the results, and what the future of small limited government is. Later, Trey explains the best time for Republicans to reflect and plan for the next election cycle is before they know whether they have won or lost. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Join Trey Gowdy every Thursday for a bonus podcast episode where he shares his analysis and latest thoughts on the Supreme Court nomination process. This week, Trey explains the history of Democrats speaking out against Supreme Court nominees, how senators could more honestly disagree with Supreme Court nominations and Trey encourages listeners to write down what they perceive their rights to be and argues Amy Coney Barrett will not take any of those rights away.
The Question Of Why

The Question Of Why

2020-10-2723:312

This week, Trey Gowdy speaks about the uncertainty Americans face as we approach the election and how he found hope amid this uncertainty. Trey explains why grief and pain can become a unifying force for the country, how voters' opinions can be moved before Election Day and the importance of having a fair moderator in a debate. Later, Trey reflects on his experience voting this year in the 2020 election.
Join Trey Gowdy every Thursday for a bonus podcast episode where he shares his analysis and latest thoughts on the Supreme Court nomination process. This week, Trey explains why Judge Amy Coney Barrett is qualified to serve on the Supreme Court, he points out the teamwork from Republican Senators in questioning during the confirmation hearing and weighs in on what he thinks some Democrats can improve upon.   Later, Trey ends on a happy note, discussing the hug shared between Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Senator Diane Feintstein (D-CA).
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randy surdyk

Trey for president. with Mr. Scott

Feb 25th
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Randy Hooper

HiTrey, I enjoy your podcasts and look forward to listening each week. Thanks also for hosting on Fox News last week. Well done! Have you considered the inaccuracy of referring to what is being called the Capitol Siege. It was not a siege. It could be called a protest or trespass or sit-in or assault or even an invasion or occupation perhaps, but not a siege. Our words matter. I don't recall any of the participants being charged with criminal sieging.

Feb 7th
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Hoof Hearted

It's nice to see you go to bat for Lindsey. You even managed to sprinkle in some identity politics. We are a nation of laws, but what recourse do you have when SCOTUS won't even hear your case? I could go on, but what's the point. Americans are being restricted by their government more and more each day, and you and your ilk just look the other way. You're really fitting in at FNC. Unsubscribed.

Jan 13th
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Paul Kyle

thanks for your heartfelt, conservative reflection on the events of January 6th.

Jan 12th
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Tish King

Just wanted to drop a post to say, all the breaking news today is old news, as you called it with all your line of questioning the FBI agent's text messages and the timelines that said it all. It was clear he was lying. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas.

Dec 18th
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stinky rex

beautiful and moving tribute. what an amazing person the Judge must've been!

Dec 8th
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Kevin Wolters

I really enjoyed the way you conducted yourself while a United States Senator for South Carolina. You are a very gifted orator who made the recipients of your questioning squirm & C-SPAN more congenial to watch. I wish my Senator, Mitt Romney, had your substance!

Dec 4th
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Mark E. Stokes

Best show yet. The voting line being a representation of what America is, was fantastic and spot on.

Oct 31st
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dreading this "told you so"

"where ever my wife puts me" ha!

Oct 30th
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Donna Warren

I look forward to every podcast. I love you ability to distill an issue and help us see it in light of a bigger picture.

Oct 29th
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Donna Warren

I wish you could be the voice in the president's ear Thursday night

Oct 20th
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dreading this "told you so"

high level as always, and appreciated, but Mr Gowdy the country needs more impact from your given talents. Thx for the shows

Oct 20th
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Bruce Howell

Trey, after hearing from Rep. Kevin McCarthy about you being featured on "Forensic Files" I have just benge watched those four episodes. My conclusion is that you were a great prosecutor with ever changing hair. I am completely enjoying Tuesdays with Trey.

Oct 10th
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CJ Black

Praying for Lindsey...I'm not in S.C., but I appreciate learning more about him in order to appreciate him more.

Oct 1st
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CJ Black

Too true.

Oct 1st
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Tony Wolfe

Sir, I have great respect for you and was thrilled by the questions you asked while serving in committee. Could you please discuss the constitution and how it daily applies to the average American. I hear comments like "it's against my constitutional rights to have to wear a mask", or the constitution says I have the right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. incorrect in both cases. I believe Americans are woefully ignorant of this document.

Sep 26th
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Tony Wolfe

Sir, I am 58 years old. the first Presidential election I voted in was when Ronald Reagan beat Jimmy Carter. I have cast my vote for many candidates I was not excited about, but after the election we're always came together for the good of the country. 2016 was the first time I have seen my countrymen willing to destroy our country because their candidate did not win. you have good examples if Americans you have trusted, but none if those had a vested interest in seeing you lose by any means necessary. I am afraid for our Republic and its future.

Sep 26th
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Donald Null

Great podcast, Trey. Never miss one of yours. Would love to see you run for President. Don't think that the country deserves you, but we sure need you.

Sep 10th
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Donna Warren

The podcast on the value of work and all the lessons it taught you was excellent. It brought to mind the work experiences I've had . It's good to stop and think about the lessons I've learned in each job.Thank you.

Sep 9th
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Tobin Prowant

I believe when a rule or law fundamentally transforms the interaction between the federal government and the state government or the local government interactions with the people that law must go through Congress. Temporary orders must be limited to temporary time spans

Aug 31st
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