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Midtown Manhattan residential security guard Eddie Edmonds sits down with Greg Kelly. Greg's trademark ability to fascinate us with ordinary people shines through in this captivating chat. From Edmond's faith, politics, and tense family history, he opens up to Greg in remarkable ways. The next time you pass the security guard in your building, stop…
 
Charlie Warzel, editor of the "Galaxy Brain" newsletter now at The Atlantic, joins Steve Krakauer to discuss his move from the New York Times to Substack to The Atlantic, pros and cons of Twitter's outsized role among the media, whether Facebook is good or bad (and why that's the wrong question), how newsletters are being positioned now in media wo…
 
Tony Capasso, restaurant owner and trivia whiz of Tony's at the J House Hotel in Greenwich, Connecticut joins Greg Kelly today for a winding, yet delicious conversation. From how Tony's head can hold all that knowledge, to how he became a veteran Maître d'/Restaurateur, this conversation is with one truly fascinating individual.…
 
Maureen Walsh and Greg Kelly dish about the culture of 24-hour cable news channels. From how staying tight-lipped is essential for a makeup artist to why Greg avoids office rumors, you'll hear what it is really like behind the scenes in the fast-paced world of broadcast news. Today's sponsor is Apex Gear Company. Check them out at Apex Gear Company…
 
Today, Greg Kelly talks with one of his co-workers! The fabulous and bubbly Maureen Walsh has been a make-up artist at Newsmax since 2019. In the first part of Maureen and Greg's sit down, she describes her undying passion for make-up that began at an early age. The pair barely reached Walsh's time at Fox News before their hour was up, so stay tune…
 
Dan Abrams, founder of Mediaite and Law & Crime and the host of "Dan Abrams Live" on NewsNation, joins Steve Krakauer to talk about opinion vs. news and the state of cable news, how MSNBC and CNN have changed over the past 20 years, Tucker Carlson and Chris Cuomo, the Ozy drama, where Mediaite sits in the media ecosystem, media ego, the recent push…
 
Greg Kelly has gained quite the following since joining Newsmax in 2019. He's been the subject of praise, controversy, and even a few raised eyebrows along the way. Kelly's time in a very bright spotlight has led to fans' curiosity about this newly-minted national voice of conservatism. Today on his own podcast, Greg Kelly will answer those very qu…
 
Tomi Lahren, host on Fox Nation and Fox News contributor, joins Steve Krakauer to discuss her viral social media success, how she got her start in the media, dealing with trolls, the importance of getting involved in the cultural conversation, the reaction her content gets from the left and the right, working for Fox News as it celebrates its 25th …
 
Aaron Babbitt returns for a riveting second interview with Greg Kelly. This time the conversation focuses on the events of January 6th at the U.S. Capitol building. Mr. Babbitt shares how the media and investigative firestorm surrounding the death of his wife has impacted his ability to grieve. Our sponsor for today's episode is Apex Gear Company. …
 
Aaron Babbitt, the husband of the late Ashli Babbitt, joins Greg Kelly to reminisce about the person behind the media's demonization. Ms. Babbitt was one of the protesters who ended up inside the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. on January 6th. Unarmed, Ms. Babbitt was shot by Capitol Police and ultimately died from her wounds later that day. D…
 
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Nick Wyatt sits down with Greg Kelly. Wyatt joined the Marines in 2006 and was deployed to Afghanistan. Wyatt shares his thoughts on President Biden’s botched withdrawal of troops from the country, and the impact it has on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Wyatt has also launched an online store focused o…
 
Actress Janine Turner sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss her career in Hollywood, notably as the star of such television hits as "Northern Exposure" and "Friday Night Lights." Turner is also a proud American, having founded Constituting America over a decade ago. The non-partisan not-for-profit foundation's aim is to educate Americans about the n…
 
Erika Nardini, CEO of Barstool Sports, joins Steve Krakauer to talk about the "Barstool attitude," reflects on five years as Barstool CEO and her initial meeting with Dave Portnoy, on gambling and live sports content, the enduring critiques of Barstool, why you should read the comments, the state of the podcast marketplace, and more. See Privacy Po…
 
Greg Kelly, host on Newsmax and WABC, joins Steve Krakauer to discuss the media coverage of the Biden administration and January 6th, the secrets behind his Twitter persona, whether the media is worth saving, social media effects on journalism, policy vs. politics coverage, what it takes to make it in the media business, and more. See Privacy Polic…
 
Andy Ngo joins Greg Kelly to discuss becoming an unlikely controversial figure. Ngo's name has transcended from politics to pop culture. As the Twitterverse cancels more and more free thought, Mumford and Sons Winston Marshall was forced to step away after simply saying he enjoyed reading one of Ngo's books--catapulting Ngo to a kind of woke infamy…
 
Chris Matthews, a New York Times bestselling author and former host of MSNBCs 'Hardball with Chris Matthews' sits down with Greg Kelly to talk about having a front-row seat to politics and history. The former political commentator discusses the pros and cons of both political parties. Plus, Matthews, a former Capitol Hill Police Officer, gives his …
 
Greg Kelly sits down with Mark Simone as Simone remembers his old friend, the legendary comedian Jackie Mason. Mason passed away on July 24, 2021 at the age of 93. Simone paints a portrait of Mason as he knew him. From an old world sense of humor to timing nobody could replicate. The radio personality had a front row seat inside the iconic comic's …
 
Gary Ginsberg joins Greg Kelly to discuss the dynamics that presidents have with their friends. In fact, that is the subject of Ginsberg's new book "First Friends: The Powerful, Unsung (And Unelected) People Who Shaped Our Presidents." Ginsberg is the perfect person to write this, as someone who had a front row seat to the relationships held by one…
 
Irin Carmon, senior correspondent at New York Magazine, joins Steve Krakauer to talk about #MeToo reporting roadblocks she encountered, the role Trump's election played in the #MeToo movement reporting, coverage in the media of allegations against Gov. Cuomo, coverage of Jeffrey Epstein, RBG and Scalia's friendship, and more. See Privacy Policy at …
 
Yeonmi Park sits down with Greg Kelly to share her inspirational story of defection from North Korea. First, her family escaped to China where Park and her mother were kidnapped by human traffickers. The family later escaped to South Korea, and finally settled in the United States in 2014. Park shares her story in her 2015 book, In Order to Live: A…
 
Michael Knowles, host of "The Michael Knowles Show" on the Daily Wire and author of the best-selling book "Speechless" sits down with Greg Kelly. The pair discuss what is happening to the Republican party, and how the odds-on favorites for 2022 and 2024 can enter their cycles even stronger. Plus, Michael defines what "Liberty" means to him. Visit s…
 
Retired Secret Service agent Clint Hill was in Dallas on November 22, 1963. The iconic image of Agent Hill leaping on the back of the presidential limo was captured in the Zapruder film seen around the world. Agent Hill sat down with Greg Kelly in 2016 to discuss his career in the secret service, and his time inside the Kennedy's Camelot. Plus, the…
 
Shawn Farash has gone viral with one of the most spot-on impressions of President Donald Trump. But who is this man who can evoke the essence of #45? Farash is a native on Long Island, New York and founder of Long Island Loud Majority, a group meant to amplify and unify the Conservatives constantly labeled the "Silent Majority." In this conversatio…
 
Chris Vargo sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss his journey from Police Officer to American-Made businessman. Vargo, a member of the Air National Guard before becoming a police officer, first discusses the kinds of calls and procedures he would have to follow while in Law Enforcement. Then, the pair switch to talking about why Vargo had to leave h…
 
Steve Krakauer is joined by Mediaite founding editor Colby Hall to discuss and debate all the angles to the January 6 media coverage, including use of the term "The Big Lie," "election liar" hypocrisy, coverage of Brian Sicknick and Ashli Babbitt, why coverage of objecting to election results is different in 2020 and 2021 than past cycles, and more…
 
Tatiana Ibrahim is making waves with her crusade against race-based education in public schools. Ibrahim, a mother in Carmel, NY, shot to fame when a video of her confronting her local school board went viral. Ibrahim took issue with the school district's alleged adoption of Critical Race Theory. Ibrahim said her daughter came home confused, tellin…
 
Writer and Managing Editor of "The American Mind," Seth Barron sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss the future of New York City. The Mayoral election is looming large over the Big Apple. Barron is the author of the newly-released book "The Last Days of New York." He and Greg delve into the field of players vying for soon-to-be former New York City …
 
Rachel Campos-Duffy, co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend, joins Steve Krakauer to talk about her iconic season of Real World: San Francisco, the myth of liberal tolerance, finding love on reality TV, raising nine kids, how the media covers conservative women, her time on The View, the importance of her faith, Fox News' place in the media marketplace, …
 
Jodi Shaw once had her dream position in her grasp: Librarian at Smith College in Northampton, MA. She had been excelling in the position on a non-permanent basis. Shaw, also a poet, was told she could not rap the presentation portion of her interview for the permanent position. The reason? She was too white. She was forced to take a pay cut and a …
 
Legendary NASA astronaut Charlie Duke was the lunar module pilot for Apollo 16 in 1972 and became the 10th and youngest person to walk on the moon. Duke served as CAPCOM for Apollo 11, the first crew landing on the Moon. His distinctive Southern drawl became familiar to audiences around the world, as the voice of a Mission Control made nervous by a…
 
General Eric Wesley returns for part two of his sit down with Greg Kelly. In this conversation, Kelly and LTG Wesley talk about their experiences during the 2003 invasion of Iraq when Kelly was an embedded correspondent with General Wesley's unit. His brigade led the United States Army's 3rd Infantry Division's invasion into Baghdad, Iraq in what w…
 
General Eric Wesley sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss what makes an All-American leader. In this interview, LTG Wesley discusses his education at West Point, and how that prepared him to reach the highest ranks of military service. This is a conversation about the values that make up someone who will do great things for their country. Follow Gre…
 
Glenn Greenwald, co-founder of The Intercept and now founder of a Substack publication, joins Steve Krakauer to discuss media coverage of Trump and Biden, corporate media coziness with power, the decline of CNN and MSNBC, Twitter drama, the rise of independent media, Edward Snowden, and more. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Cali…
 
Jeremy Corbell is a Mixed Martial Artist turned documentary filmmaker. His topic of exploration: UFOs. Corbell has been on the forefront of the recent calls for the U.S. Military to come forward with the truth regarding confirmed sightings captured on video and radar by Naval and Air Force pilots. Now, with the coming report on Unidentified Aerial …
 
Madeleine Westerhout entered the belly of the beast as the first Oval Office Executive Assistant to President Trump. But it all disappeared in an instant. Westerhout, just 27 years old at the time of her hiring, became a close confidante of President Trump. The executive assistant in the Oval Office, and later Director of Oval Office Operations, lo…
 
Vernon Jones made waves when he left the Democratic party and endorsed former President Donald Trump. Now, the former Georgia State Rep. is throwing his hat in the ring for Governor of the peach state. He sits down with Greg Kelly to talk about what happens now that Georgia has become a blue state. Jones believes that Georgia is not lost and can be…
 
Kayleigh McEnany, co-host of Fox News' Outnumbered and former White House press secretary, joins Steve Krakauer to discuss her time battling the press in the briefing room, working for a media-obsessed president like Donald Trump, what her time at CNN was like off-air, the importance of her faith, how Jen Psaki is doing in the press secretary role …
 
Arthur Aidala is a trial attorney and legal analyst for radio and television. In this conversation with Greg Kelly, he takes listeners inside the mind of a defendant. He discusses his process, and why taking a cheerful approach helps disarm his clients and makes it easier for them to be a part of their defense. Aidala provides multiple examples of …
 
Jason Miller is Senior Advisor to President Donald Trump, coordinating his media schedule. It's a role Miller has filled since the 2016 election. Now, Jason sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss the inner workings of a former President's office. Plus, Jason details how POTUS #45 is staying active, healthy and in the political arena. Follow Greg Kell…
 
Former NFL player Jack Brewer sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss helping America rediscover faith. Brewer, now well-known for his outspoken support of the 45th President of the United States as a member of Black Voices for Trump, has discovered himself through both the opportunities and vices provided to him in his career. Brewer gets candid abou…
 
Joel Gilbert is a filmmaker, director and writer of political and music documentaries. His film and book, The Trayvon Hoax: Unmasking the Witness Fraud that Divided America has convinced the thousands who saw it that there was witness fraud in the trial of George Zimmerman. Gilbert has faced backlash for making films based on his theories about sub…
 
Elizabeth Spiers, journalist, editor and entrepreneur, joins Steve Krakauer to talk Gawker's impact and the new iteration coming, what it means to be countercultural in today's media environment, the incentive structure for the press to go after certain kinds of power, working for Jared Kushner (and Laurel Touby, and Nick Denton), the Substack Disc…
 
Jennifer Bennett is one of the survivors of the 2013 Navy Yard shooting that claimed the lives of 12 people in Washington, D.C. Ms. Bennett gets candid with Greg Kelly about how her faith kept her calm and collected while literally staring down the barrel of the shooter's weapon. She sustained a point-blank shotgun blast and was severely wounded. D…
 
Everett Alvarez, Jr., was the first U.S. pilot to be downed and detained during the Vietnam War and spent over eight years and seven months in captivity by the North Vietnamese. Alvarez is the second-longest held U.S. Prisoner of War in United States military history. He was repeatedly beaten and tortured. Alvarez joins Greg Kelly in this riveting …
 
Everett Alvarez, Jr. spent one of the longest times as a Prisoner of War in the history of the United States Military. Shot down while in Vietnam, Alvarez's triumphant repatriation after over 8 years in captivity thrust him into the spotlight and accelerated his career. In this interview with Greg Kelly, part one of part two coming later in the wee…
 
Christopher Nixon Cox, grandson of President Richard Nixon, sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss growing up in the Nixon family. Included in the discussion, Cox describes his many trips to China over the years. China has had respect for the Nixon family since President Nixon opened up China during his time in office. That special treatment gives Co…
 
Ari Fleischer, of Fox News and Fleischer Communications, joins Steve Krakauer to talk about his time in the White House, the way the media covered the Trump administration (and is covering the Biden administration), "cancel culture" in sports, his time at CNN, reflecting on 9/11 20 years later, and more. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/priv…
 
Ken Starr is the former Solicitor General of the United States and a former judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Most Americans don't know that Starr is one of the country's top constitutional law experts. He is also a devout Christian. Starr's new book addresses the current crisis facing faith. Not one to mince words, the new b…
 
Tony-winning actor Ben Vereen sits down with Greg Kelly for a heartwarming chat about hard work and success. The original Leading Player in Broadway's Pippin, Vereen quickly rose to fame appearing on stage and screen. His charisma, talent and affable nature won the hearts of millions across the country in the 60's and 70's. Vereen's career as a dan…
 
Former White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Advisor Kevin Sabet joins Greg Kelly to talk about his new book, "Smokescreen: What the Marijuana Industry Doesn't Want You to Know" which is catching fire with pre-orders causing a buzz across the country. Dr. Sabet believes that all marijuana should not be legal. Science shows that the pot…
 
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