Who is Trey Yingst?
Trey Yingst, a renowned broadcaster from the USA works as a Foreign Correspondent for Fox News. In his most recent assignment, Trey reported from the Gaza Strip and has appeared on Fox News programs with exclusive reports on Fox News programs.
In one of his notable instances that happened in August 2019, he exposed the news of the Bonita Queen, an oil tanker that was sneaking Iranian oil into Syria. The news was so big and serious that the U.S. authorities sanctioned the vessel two weeks after Fox News released the investigation and exclusive reports.
Trey Yingst Education
Yingst graduated in 2016 from the American University with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism.
Trey Yingst is a Native of Pennsylvania
Yingst was born on September 10, 1993, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA where he attended Central Dauphin High School. He is currently 30 years old. A native of Pennsylvania, Trey holds the American nationality.
Trey stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches.
Trey Yingst Wife
Yingst is not married at the moment but there is a woman in question in his life. Adi Spiegelman has been sported on several occasions with him and it is reported that they are dating. Although there are no exclusive details, the two have graced several occasions and it is likely that there is something between them. We are keeping an eye and we shall update you as soon as he gets married.
Trey Yingst Salary
Yingst earns around $145,000 on an annual basis. He works as a foreign correspondent for Fox News and his base of operation is Jerusalem, Israel. His job at Fox News has provided him with a steady flow of income.
Trey Yingst’s Net Worth
Yingst has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. He has built his net worth primarily from his career as a journalist.
Trey Yingst Fox News
Yingst joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in August 2018 and he has seen all natural disasters (including wars) with his naked eyes. He was among the fearless journalists who provided live coverage of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, from the ground in Kyiv.
He provided reports on the US military’s withdrawal from the region during the summer of 2021 while reporting from Doha, Qatar, and Kabul, Afghanistan. While in Afghanistan, Yingst spoke with Anas Haqqani, the head of the Haqqani Terror Network, and got a close-up look at a Taliban jail.
He reported on the Israel-Hamas conflict from the Gaza Strip earlier that year. Yingst has exposed several fabricated stories from the Middle East, such as the presence of a covert Iranian base and the smuggling of Iranian oil into Syria.
Amidst the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, he managed to obtain exclusive access behind closed doors to the Coronavirus Critical Care Unit at the Sheba Medical Center located in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Before joining the network, he covered the beginning of the Trump presidency as Chief Washington Correspondent for OAN.
Yingst covered the Trump administration for 16 months, and during that time he broke news on important topics such as the announcement of 13 Russian nationals being charged and the intentions of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to meet with President Trump.