The "Trews" host shares his thoughts on how Americans' refusal to deal with its violent foundation has partly led to the rise of Donald Trump.
The "Trews" host thinks there's more to the president's tweets regarding transgender troops than meets the eye.
The "Trews" host (left) deconstructs President Trump's speech to the international summit in Germany and discusses the meeting's possible global outcomes. (At right, the U.K.’s Theresa May.)
Referring to the politics involved in the fiery destruction, the "Trews" host says, "Austerity is not frugality, it is brutality. It is violence."
This election “could be a chance for ordinary people to take back our country,” "The Trews” host says. (Pictured, Corbyn in the 1980s.)
In the aftermath of the bombing in Manchester, U.K., political philosopher Brad Evans joins Brand to discuss whether there are solutions to terrorism.
In an episode of "The Trews," host Russell Brand highlights a TV spot that cleverly shows how social categories based on such factors as age or class conceal what we have in common .
Political theorist Brad Evans tells "The Trews" host Russell Brand: "[Terrorism] demands a certain form of intervention, which is heightened securitization, heightened militarization."
"Isn't it so extraordinary to learn that there's no real correlation between immigration and violent crime?" the "Trews" host says.
Speaking of the president's travel ban, "The Trews" host says Trump's "grotesqueness" reveals long-concealed truths.