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Biography - Who is Trish Regan?
Trish was born December 13, 1972 in Hampton, New Hampshire. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in U.S. history at Columbia University where she graduated magna cum laude. But she’s not only smart but also beautiful. Regan won Miss New Hampshire title in 1993 and one year later represented this state on Miss America. She’s married to investment banker James A. Ben since 2001. They have three kids. Trish’s curent job is anchoring at Fox Business channel. She hosts The Intelligence Report. This show monitor markets and covers wide range of financial topics.
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|Height||1.7 m, 5’7” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||59 kg, 130 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size B|
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Quotes by Trish Regan
It’s our instinct to want to acquire a better lifestyle for ourselves and our families.
You see, what makes us different than the rest of the world fundamentally is our American respect and legal appreciation of individual rights and individual property. And, I emphasize – individual.
I think that reality is divorced from former vice president Joe Biden who hob knobs with these Hollywood dictators.
For the record, my research team is the best in the business.
Think about it: Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, Vietnam, North Korea, the former Soviet Union – they all start with the intention of leveling the playing field – or making things better for the little guy – and instead, they created misery, poverty, destruction and a permanent ruling class of bureaucrats.