Where is Trey Yingst and What Happened With Him? Discover All the Information Here

Trey Yingst has been a foreign correspondent for Fox News since August 2018, when he joined the network. Before he went to Ukraine to report on the news, Yingst reported from Doha, Qatar, and Kabul, Afghanistan, after US troops left the country.

In September 2021, he talked to a top Taliban official named Anas Haqqani and reported from the front line of the war between Israel and Hamas near the Gaza Strip.

Before joining Fox News, Yingst was the chief Washington correspondent for OAN, where he wrote about the Trump administration.

Where is Trey Yingst These Days?

Born in 1993, Trey Yingst is an American journalist who works for Fox News as a foreign correspondent out of Jerusalem, Israel. Yingst has been on Fox News shows while reporting from the Gaza Strip and other places in the Middle East.

Yingst was born in Pennsylvania, near Harrisburg. He grew up there and went to Central Dauphin High School. He kept studying at American University and got a BA in broadcast journalism from the American University School of Communication in 2016.

Trey Yingst
Trey Yingst

Yingst started his career as a journalist at News2Share, which he and Ford Fischer started while they were both still at American University. As part of his job at News2Share, Yingst went to Gaza, Ukraine, Rwanda, and Uganda.

The Los Angeles Times says that Yingst was also taken into custody while taking part in a protest in Ferguson. The arrest was later dropped with help from the ACLU. Even though a lot of sad things happened this week, Fox News foreign correspondent Trey Yingst still seems to be in Ukraine.

His last tweet as a journalist was yesterday, March 15, 2022. It was about a “huge explosion in downtown Kyiv.”


Before that, he posted two videos two days earlier. One (below) shows a woman holding her cat while air raid sirens sound in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. The other shows an older man feeding birds in Kyiv.

So, it looks like Yingst is in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, even though Pierre Zakrzewski and Oleksandra Kuvshynova died and Benjamin Hall was hurt and had to leave.

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