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Freddy Gray

Freddy Gray is deputy editor of The Spectator and the editor of The Spectator World. He was formerly literary editor of The American Conservative.

Media

The Hunter Biden story isn’t going away

Stories don’t just disappear because one side can’t stomach them

By Freddy Gray

Politics

If Biden wins, who will govern?

It’s likely that Biden will end up delegating his more arduous tasks to Kamala Harris

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Veeps shall inherit the earth

Democrats will cry misogyny or possibly racism if anybody says Kamala has an annoying voice

By Freddy Gray

Media

The media meltdown over Trump’s ‘Covita’ moment

His remarks couldn’t have been better formulated to make his critics’ blood boil

By Freddy Gray

Media

Mixed messages and media narcissism

Trump’s illness is a perfect opportunity for journalists to talk about themselves

By Freddy Gray

Politics

When a president gets sick

The White House is right to show an ‘abundance of caution’

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Sorry, but tonight’s Biden vs Trump debate will disappoint

The fight-night format almost always flatters to deceive

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Who cares about Trump’s tax returns?

The New York Times’s big splash doesn’t make enough waves

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Why is the Trump campaign running out of cash?

The reelection effort is suddenly resembling an online scam

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Is Donald Trump really anti-abortion?

It seems that Trump changes his tune depending on who he is talking to

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Trump goes for Biden’s jugular in convention speech

The Democratic nominee went after Trump’s character – the President focused on his opponent’s political sins

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Donald Trump is still the greatest show on Earth

His mastery of campaigning could just win him re-election

By Freddy Gray

Politics

The mob are turning into Trump’s useful idiots

The Democrats are letting themselves be painted as the party of disorder

By Freddy Gray

Art

The Michelle Obama Podcast is wholesome, intimate and suspiciously vague

Michelle and Barack‘s admiration for each other feels real and clear — or at least brilliantly faked

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Kamala chameleon

Harris was a bad presidential candidate in 2019. But that does not make her a bad running mate for Joe Biden in 2020

By Freddy Gray

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