The Trey Gowdy Podcast Episodes (25)
The Value of Loyalty with Coach Kim Mulkey
Trey Gowdy is joined by the head women’s basketball coach at Baylor University, Kim Mulkey. Coach Mulkey shares how she found her passion for sports, her tough experience early in her coaching career, and how Trey was impacted by Coach Mulkey early on.
Memorial Day: A History of Sacrifice
Trey Gowdy explains how history remembers the names of the most famous people but advocates that our actions shouldn’t be taken in pursuit of fame. Plus, he takes the time to recognize the men and women who fought for America and made it what it is today.
Kim Strassel: 'Good Journalism Could Really Make A Difference'
Trey Gowdy speaks with the Wall Street Journal's, Kim Strassel. Kim talks about how she first discovered her passion for journalism, breaks down the difference between news and editorials, and how a newspaper decides what news is worth covering.
Sheria Clarke on 'Difficult Yet Simple Steps' Towards Healing the Racial Divide
Trey Gowdy speaks with former staff director of the House Oversight and Government Reform, Sheria Clarke. They discuss the value of religion in the fight for racial equality and the importance of people connecting with others different from them.
'We Need A National Conversation About Our Justice System'
Trey Gowdy discusses how George Floyd's murder by a police officer demonstrates an abuse of power and how businesses being looted and burned creates more innocent victims.
Law Enforcement: An Impossibly Difficult Job
Trey Gowdy weighs in on the burdensome responsibilities and expectations of a police officer in modern society and how impactful the actions of a good cop can be on the lives of the people who call them for help or protection.
A Walk Towards Unity
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.
When The Issue Is More Enticing Than The Solution
Trey Gowdy talks about his friend Senator Tim Scott’s recent challenge in attempting to pass a police reform bill and the scrutiny and insensitivity he faced as a black Republican trying to pass this legislation.
July 4th: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
Trey Gowdy reflects on America's independence and 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.
Mick Mulvaney On His Time at the White House
Trey Gowdy sits down with U.S. Special Envoy to Northern Ireland, Mick Mulvaney. Mick talks about how he landed the cabinet position of Director of OMB and criticizes John Bolton’s decision to betray the trust of his position and write a tell-all book.
Sen. Graham On Mueller Probe: 'Time For Us To Look At The Other Side Of The Story'
Trey Gowdy is joined by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham 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.
Trey Gowdy: 'The Lesson Of The Beach'
Trey Gowdy explains why he will be exploring the topic of persuasion in the coming weeks, the importance of allowing yourself to be persuaded, and how his perception of the beach has changed as he's gotten older.
Trey Gowdy: 'Racing To The Edges'
Trey Gowdy 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.
What Do You Believe And Why Do You Believe It?
Trey Gowdy questions the 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.
We Are Right To Expect More
Trey Gowdy discusses the importance of the country expecting more of our politicians and the media who cover them, the value of knowing the facts before expressing opinions, and the importance of knowing both your goals and who your jury is.
Doesn't Hurt To Ask
Trey Gowdy explains the keys to persuasion in knowing your jury, the facts on both sides, and the beauty of questions. Plus, Trey remembers a visit to the White House where he was able to apply his questioning skills with President Trump.
Politics Is About Contrast
Trey Gowdy explains what he thinks President Trump should talk about during the Republican National Convention, how he would question former FBI director James Comey if given the chance, and why he believes public hearings are typically unhelpful.
The Difference Between Evidence And Facts
Trey Gowdy explains what questions should be asked about Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the importance of finding the most compelling and relevant evidence, and why juries must wait until all of the evidence is revealed to make a decision.
The Intrinsic Value Of Work
Trey Gowdy remembers the meaning of Labor Day by discussing how some of his earliest jobs mowing lawns, delivering papers, and bagging groceries taught him the value of work.
Who Do You Trust?
Trey Gowdy explains how this election is only portrayed as the most important one because it's the next one, how America’s reaction to the election results will have an impact on the next four years, and the crucial role trust plays in everyday life.
Presidents Are President, Until They’re Not
Trey Gowdy weighs in on whether President Trump should nominate a Supreme Court Justice to fill the current vacancy and elaborates on when he believes the United States Supreme Court appointments became entrenched in partisanship.
A Fair Accounting Of Sen. Lindsey Graham
Trey Gowdy breaks down how Senator Lindsey Graham is being targeted in his re-election campaign by Democrats and criticized for voting to confirm Justice Bret Kavanaugh without the media recognizing him treating all Supreme Court nominees fairly.
BONUS: Devout Hypocrisy
Trey Gowdy dives into the hypocrisy he sees when the media negatively portrays Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett as a devout Catholic, the important traits he would want in any nominee, and the role religious beliefs should have in politics.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy: 'The Country’s Worth Fighting For'
Trey Gowdy is joined by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to discuss why it's easier for politicians to vote no on something than yes, the experience of being a California Republican, and how winning the lottery led him to discovering politics.
BONUS: The Great Exception
Trey Gowdy dives into how the United States Supreme Court has become a 'cultural battleground', the lack of knowledge the public has of Supreme Court cases, and how the changing of American attitudes has lead to more contentious confirmation processes.
The Trey Gowdy Podcast Clips
Q & Trey: Understanding The Human Condition
Trey speaks on why the media has slowly stopped sharing updates on the humanitarian crises plaguing both Afghanistan and Ukraine. He also answers the question of who determines the name of a Congressional Bill.