Newt’s World

Join professor, historian, futurist and former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich as he shares his lifetime of knowledge and access to the world’s most interesting minds in a dynamic, multi-weekly podcast that covers all aspects of our society.

Newt’s World – Episode 319: General Kellogg on Trump’s White House

By Newt Gingrich | October 17, 2021
Episode 319: General Kellogg on Trump’s White House

Newt talks with General Keith Kellogg about his six years of service on the Trump campaign and in the Trump White House.

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Newt’s World – Episode 318: Defeating the Radical American Left

By Newt Gingrich | October 16, 2021
Newt Gingrich The $3.5 Trillion Big Government Socialist Bill Will Fail

Newt describes how Republicans can defeat the radical American left-wing activists in the mid-term elections in 2022 and the next presidential election in 2024.

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Newt’s World – Episode 317: Behind the Border Crisis

By Newt Gingrich | October 14, 2021
Episode 317: Behind the Border Crisis

Newt talks with Carlos Denton from CID Gallup in Costa Rica where he has spent years studying the various social and political challenges in Central American countries that have led to the huge surge in migration on the U.S. southern border.

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Newt’s World – Episode 316: Dr. Scott Gottlieb on Uncontrolled Spread

By Newt Gingrich | October 10, 2021
Episode 316: Dr. Scott Gottlieb on Uncontrolled Spread

Newt talks with physician and former FDA commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, about how COVID-19 was able to overtake America’s pandemic preparations and outlines the steps we must take to protect against the next outbreak.

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Newt’s World – Episode 315: Capitol Hill Chaos

By The Gingrich 360 Team | October 7, 2021
Episode 316: Capitol Hill Recap

Newt describes the challenges the Democrats and Republicans are facing in coming to a deal on the Reconciliation bill, the Infrastructure bill and the debt ceiling.

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Newt’s World – Episode 314: David Rubenstein on The American Experiment

By The Gingrich 360 Team | October 3, 2021
Newt’s World – Episode 314: The American Experiment

Newt talks with billionaire David Rubenstein about his latest book, The American Experiment: Dialogues on a Dream.

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Newt’s World – Episode 313: Newt Answers Your Questions

By The Gingrich 360 Team | October 1, 2021
Episode 313: Newt Answers Your Questions

Newt answers questions on everyone’s mind about what is happening in America today.

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Newt’s World – Episode 311: Allen Guelzo on Robert E. Lee

By The Gingrich 360 Team | September 26, 2021
Episode 311: Allen Guelzo on Robert E. Lee

Newt talks with historian, Dr. Allen Guelzo, about the remarkable life of Civil War Confederate General, Robert E. Lee, the subject of his new book.

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Newt’s World – Episode 310: Bernie’s Gone Bonkers – The $3 Trillion Tax Increase

By Newt Gingrich | September 25, 2021
Episode 310: Bernie’s Gone Bonkers – The $3.5 Trillion Tax Increase

Newt talks with Congressman Kevin Brady (TX-8) about the Democrats’ proposed $3.5 trillion spending bill and $3 trillion tax increase bill.

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Newt’s World – Episode 309: The Economy – Student Loan Debt

By Newt Gingrich | September 23, 2021
Episode 309: The Economy – Student Loan Debt

Newt talks with Wall Street Journal reporter Josh Mitchell, about the student loan debt crisis which has been decades in the making.

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Newt’s World – Episode 308: The Afghanistan Papers

By The Gingrich 360 Team | September 19, 2021
Episode 308: The Afghanistan Papers

An in-depth interview with investigative reporter Craig Whitlock, on his New York Times best-selling book looking at the 20-year war in Afghanistan and what went wrong.

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Newt’s World – Episode 307: Failing Our Children – How the Left Ruined Education

By Newt Gingrich | September 18, 2021
Episode 307: Oregon’s Education Standards

Would you live in a state that has a law that says students do not need to be proficient in reading, writing and mathematics to graduate?

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