The next chapter in American politics is about to start, but is it going to get any less crazy? The Spectator's Americano podcast delivers in-depth discussions with the best American pundits to keep you in the loop. Presented by Freddy Gray.
Biden's first days
Has Joe Biden done as much in his first days as he said he would? Freddy Gray talks to Jacob Heilbrunn about the Trump policies that Biden is keeping, and the ones that he's already swept away.
Helen Andrews on Boomers
Helen Andrews is Senior Editor at the American Conservative and author of Boomers: The Men and Women Who Promised Freedom and Delivered Disaster. On this episode, Freddy Gray interviews her about the Boomer generation and why she argues they are to blame for the chaos of today's world.
What's the point of impeaching Trump now?
Freddy Gray talks to Kate Andrews about the twice-impeached President. Was there any point in impeaching him, mere days from the end of his presidency? What does the law say with regards to impeaching a former president? And is this the start of 'impeachflation' - where the censure is used against any president who meets disapproval?
Should Trump be impeached?
Freddy Gray talks to historian and Telegraph columnist Tim Stanley about the crazy week in US politics that has just happened - they discuss whether there's any point in impeaching Trump now; the importance of understanding exactly what happened on Wednesday; and what will happen to the Republican party after Trump.
Will Democrats win the Georgia Senate runoff?
With Amber Athey, Washington Editor of the Spectator.
Presented by Freddy Gray.
Year in review with Douglas Murray: China, neocons and the culture wars
Douglas Murray, the author of The Madness of Crowds, joins the last Americano of the year. On the episode, he and Freddy chat through the most important trends and events of the year, from China and the pandemic, to whether or not 'neocon' is still a usable term.