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How bad was President Biden’s first year?

Freddy Gray and Lionel Shriver discuss Joe Biden’s first year at the helm of the United States, and whether he is capable of tackling the challenges poised by Vladimir Putin, rampant inflation and his own capacity for gaffes.

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Will Hillary Clinton be back for more in 2024?

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.

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Will Donald Trump run again?

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? If he isn’t, who will fill that very large hole? Freddy Gray sits down with the editor of Modern […]

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Has America learnt anything from the Capitol riot?

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. To look for some answers Freddy Gray talks with John Daniel Davidson, a senior editor at the […]

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Americano’s Year in Review — 2021

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.

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Ian Maxwell: on the treatment of Ghislaine

The trial 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.

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Will Hunter Biden’s laptop come back to haunt his father?

Freddy Gray speaks to New York Post columnist 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.

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The District

Podcast: Ghislaine on trial

Amber Athey, Dominic Green and Stephen L. Miller discuss the beginning of the Ghislaine Maxwell trial.

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Will cloud computing create a new economic boom?

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

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Can the University of Austin shake up American education?

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

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Books

Books of the Year 2021

Our best reads and most pertinacious page-turners of 2021

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Has fame eaten America alive?

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.

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What do last week’s defeats mean for the Democrats?

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

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What do we know about Joe Biden’s family dealings?

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.

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Are progressive elites destroying the idea of America?

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.

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