The Trey Gowdy Podcast Episodes (25)
Senator Peter Welch On The Importance Of Working Together
Trey is joined by Senator Peter Welch (D-VT) for a conversation about the importance of coming together with the opposing party in order to make the country a better place.
Q And Trey: It's Time To Get Things Done
Trey dissects the fundamentals of the debt limit and why the public should be informed on its economic impact. Also, he answers whether parents of juvenile criminal defendants can be held liable for their child's crimes.
A Conversation With College Football Legend, Coach Steve Spurrier
Heisman Trophy winner and former Head Football Coach for the Florida Gators and South Carolina Gamecocks Steve Spurrier joins Trey for a conversation on the evolution of college football.
Q And Trey: Asking The Right Questions
Trey answers a question on the minimum and maximum sentencing for possession of both legal and illegal firearms. Plus, he emphasizes the importance of not limiting which platforms you consume your news with and shares a few book recommendations.
Warming Up For Spring Training With Coach Shane Beamer
Head Football Coach of the University of South Carolina Gamecocks, Shane Beamer joins Trey for a conversation on how he navigates recruiting prospective players, while also strengthening his relationships with present team members.
A Gowdy Encore... A Year of Answers
Trey looks back at a few thought-provoking and inquisitive questions from 2022. Highlighting moments that sparked our curiosity and desire to learn more about politics, foreign policy, the judicial system, and perhaps even ourselves.
After temporarily losing his voice, Trey reminisces on a piece of advice he received from a former Sunday school teacher on the power of prayer. Later, he emphasizes that the GOP needs to separate itself from recent negative portrayals.
Q And Trey: The Benefit Of Experience
On this episode, Trey examines the legality behind ignorance of the law and answers a question on how Senator John Fetterman's hospitalization impacted the balance of power in the Senate.
Stamping Your Political Passport With Senator Lindsey Graham
Trey is joined by Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) for a conversation on foreign policy and an analysis of the United States' international relationships. The senator gives his opinion on the approach of the U.S. relationships with China and Russia.
Q & Trey: March Was Madness
Trey answers a question on the unprecedented indictment of former President Trump. He also provides his post-game analysis of the NCAA Women's Basketball championship game between LSU and Iowa.
A Slice Of Heaven
Trey examines the importance of Holy Week and why Resurrection Sunday is the ultimate display of sacrifice, faith, and love. He also reminisces on a recent trip he took to Israel with his wife and the indescribable feeling of exploring the streets.
Q & Trey: A Potential Solution To The Mass Shooting Epidemic
On this episode, Trey gives a passionate response to the mass shooting at a Nashville private school and draws on his experience as a prosecutor to discuss possible solutions to prevent future mass shootings.
A Conversation On Character
Trey highlights a week in sports from NCAA Women's Basketball games to the phenomenal sportsmanship of both the players and coaches. Trey applauds Coach Kim Mulkey for how she leads the team and shares his thoughts on how to discern genuine behavior.
Q and Trey: Opportunity Is A Gift
Trey shares the joys and creative freedoms that come with hosting Sunday Night in America with Trey Gowdy on the FOX News Channel. He also answers a question on his expectations and advice for the Dallas Cowboys in the upcoming 2023 NFL Draft.
Janice Dean Is Braving The Storm
Trey is joined by Fox News senior meteorologist and host of The Janice Dean Podcast, Janice Dean for a conversation on the motivation behind her latest book, 'I Am The Storm.'
Q and Trey: Silence Is The Enemy
Trey shares insight on how to interpret Alex Murdaugh's persistent plea of innocence. He describes how to successfully cross-examine a witness and the negative impact on a defense team's argument when a defendant testifies on their own behalf.
The Psychology of Criminal Intent
Trey sits down with mental health and addiction expert Dr. Kevin Gilliland, Psy.D to dissect the psychology of criminal behavior, analyze the public response to the Murdaugh double-murder trial, and later reflect on the dangers of herd mentality.
Q & Trey: The Truth Is Somewhere In The Middle
Trey shares insight on how to emotionally process the heinous Murdaugh double-murders and other inexplicably gruesome crimes and reflects on the biased portrayal of 2024 Republican Presidential Candidate Nikki Haley and Senator Tim Scott in the media.
Justice and Juries: The Alex Murdaugh Trial
Trey sits down to weigh in on the verdict in the Alex Murdaugh double-murder trial, lays out the facts of the case, and breaks down what the prosecution got right during the six-week trial.
Q & Trey: Reclaiming Our Time
Trey weighs in on the latest updates from the Murdaugh double-murder trial and the distinction between leading and non-leading questions when interrogating a defendant. He also shares his thoughts on what to expect during the 2024 Presidential Election.
The Direction Of History
Trey revisits his answer to a question on primary elections being funded by state taxpayers. Later, he reflects on the potential emergence of a new political party and what will be needed for the party to thrive.
A Gowdy Encore... Harris Faulkner and Her Unshakeable Faith
Trey revisits a conversation with Harris Faulkner as she shares memories from her life built on faith, purpose, and beauty. Plus, Harris reflects on her upbringing in a military family and Sundays in Church.
Q and Trey: Knowing What To Say
As a former prosecutor, Trey reflects on how to delicately word a victim impact statement in a criminal trial. Then, he answers a question on campaign finances and the role of Super PACS.
D.A. Steve Mulroy: Defining 'Beyond A Reasonable Doubt'
How would a prosecutor define, 'Beyond a reasonable doubt'? District Attorney of Shelby County, Tennessee, Steve Mulroy joins to answer the question, and discuss how he found himself in the field of criminal justice.
A Gowdy Encore... Understanding Media Bias
Trey revisits his thoughts on biased reporting in mainstream media and explains how and why the news became so partisan. Later, he explains the definition of 'conservatism' and how members of Congress are selected for subcommittees.
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.