Freddy Gray

Freddy Gray is deputy editor of The Spectator and the editor of Spectator USA. He was formerly literary editor of The American Conservative.

Curt Mills joins Spectator USA

We have a new Washington editor. Dominic Green becomes Life & Arts Editor

By Freddy Gray

Europe

Why would Donald Trump care about Jeremy Corbyn’s snub?

He probably doesn’t even know who the Labour leader is

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Without the Mueller probe, Trump is sunk

The Donald is not well-loved, never has been, and even his supporters are starting to turn on him

By Freddy Gray

Politics

The Trump 2020 campaign is much, much more formidable than 2016

It is already the most impressive re-election effort launched by an incumbent president

By Freddy Gray

Politics

What’s the matter with Joe Biden?

He’s a weird dude

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Thanks to Russiagate, Trump could win in 2020

The plan to destroy him has backfired spectacularly

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Michael Bloomberg has become the 2020 anti-candidate

He insults Democratic contenders, and sounds increasingly petty.

By Freddy Gray

Europe

The most shocking thing about Trump’s Brexit comments? He’s right

The president has been more consistent on how to leave the EU than most British politicians

By Freddy Gray

Politics

The Democrats and the Jewish question

Talk of ‘Jexodus’ may be premature, but allegations of Democratic anti-Semitism will not stop

By Freddy Gray

Internet

The miserable, squalid campaign to stifle Tucker Carlson

The Fox News host’s only real crime is daring to be provocative in a dull media world

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Bernie Sanders is the machine now

The 77-year-old presidential hopeful is on a roll

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Bernie’s got this

It’s the Sanders party now. How can the Democratic establishment stop him this time?

By Freddy Gray

Politics

How Trump could monster Beto O’Rourke in 2020

The former Texas congressman ticks a lot of the right wrong boxes

By Freddy Gray

Politics

One Nation Trumpism can win

Trump is divisive. He splits his opposition perfectly

By Freddy Gray

Faith

Abortion and the new covert culture war

The two sides of the debate don’t inhabit the same universe

By Freddy Gray

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