While there is a miracle chance you MIGHT make it, I personally would not be comfortable. Even though we are Global Entry, there were those times one of us got the SSSSSS code on our boarding pass, which is a random selection for a passenger to go thru a deeper security screening (as what someone who is not TSA Pre-Check or Global Entry would get). That can take much longer than a normal whiz thru.
Also,if there are ANY delays in the arrival of your flight for any reason, especially weather-related at your take-off airport, it is all bets off. And, to some degree, you could also lose a lot of time, if your connecting flight leaves from one of the regional jet gates (which are often further away) or your departure gate is a long ways down your regular connecting concourse.
And, do keep in mind, the check-in boarding ramp closes before the actual take-off time of the flight, so you would also loose some minutes there.
That said,I have made some amazingly speedy connections thru airports when situations became unpredictable....and often it involved a lot of running ( and very polite explanations to people going thru entry screenings before me......and some dear grace from those who kindly let us move ahead)....airport karma :)
It has been over three years since I connected thru Newark, and I do not recall if international arrivals have to take a bus type vehicle to the domestic concourses....someone with more recent experience can weigh in on that....but if so, that causes more time to make a connection, too.