Patriotic FOX Business host blows minds when she belts out national anthem like a boss

Viewers of Fox Business Network were treated to a side of host Trish Regan that they may not have known about.

The host of “The Intelligence Report” shared with viewers that she studied classical music and opera before pursuing her career in economics. And while she admitted she “used to sing the national anthem quite a bit,” she said her three children had never heard her sing it.


“I made this recording for them. And I made it for you,” Regan told viewers before sharing a video of her beautiful rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

“Every time I sing the national anthem, I’m reminded how lucky I am to have been born in this great country,” Regan said. “I know we have our differences, but let us never forget the sacrifice so many have made to ensure we have the freedom to voice those differences.”

The Emmy-nominated journalist and author, who said she grew up in a “pretty patriotic place,” also shared an inspiring version of “America the Beautiful” on Twitter on Monday.

Twitter users let Regan know how inspiring her singing – and patriotism – were in countless comments.


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