Trey Yingst Biography
Trey Yingst is an American journalist who serves as a foreign correspondent for Fox News Channel based in Jerusalem, Israel. Yingst has reported from the Gaza Strip and around the Middle East, appearing on a variety of programs at Fox News.
Trey Yingst Age
Trey Yingst was born on 10 September 1993 in Hershey, Pennsylvania in the United States. He is 26 years old and Celebrates his birthdays on 10 september every year.
Trey Yingst Wife
Trey has not revealed any information about his love life. Therefore it’s not known whether he is married or not. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Trey Yingst Salary
Trey is believed to be receiving an annual salary ranging between $140k-$300k. This is according to anchors/reporters’ salaries in the United States.
Trey Yingst Net Worth
Working as an American Journalist as a News Correspondent at Fox News Channel, Trey has been able to accumulate good net worth. However, her exact net worth has not yet been revealed but the information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Trey Yingst Education
He studied at American University and received a BA in Broadcast Journalism from the American University School of Communication
Trey Yingst Fox News
Trey Yingst started his career as a journalist at the media outlet he co-founded, News2share. He reported from Gaza, Ukraine, Rwanda, and Uganda. Trey was also arrested during a demonstration in Ferguson, as reported by the Los Angeles Times. After being arrested it was later expunged with assistance from the ACLU. He then joined One America News Network where he served as th Networks chief White House Correspondent, Covering the Trump administration for 16 months.
He later joined Fox News international correspondent team in 2018. On Fox News, he has gone through fieldwork and in February 2019, with the Israeli troops with Yingst and his crew had a shot due to hand grenades that were thrown at their direction. He has also reported amid rocket fire, some of which occurred while he was live on the air.
He has also attended the White House Correspondent Dinner in 2019. He has also been interviewed by Mediaite in March 2019. He was placed on the Forbes 30 under 30 list for media in 2019.
The reporter reported on a classified Iranian base in Eastern Syria capable of storing Precision Guided missiles, citing Western intelligence sources. The site was targeted 6 days later, killing a reported 21 people.