Fox Business dumps Trish Regan after she defends Trump

By WND Staff

Trish Regan

The Fox Business Network announced Friday it has “parted ways” with host Trish Regan after she was placed on indefinite leave for a monologue in which she accused media and Democrats of using the coronavirus crisis “to demonize and destroy the president.”

“We thank her for her contributions to the network over the years and wish her continued success in her future endeavors,” the network said in a statement.

FBN said it will continue with a reduced primetime schedule “for the foreseeable future” to focus on the coronavirus crisis.

Regan said in a statement she has enjoyed her time at FBN and “now intend to focus on my family during these troubled times.”

“I am grateful to my incredible team at FOX Business and for the many opportunities the network has provided me,” she said. “I’m looking forward to this next chapter in my career.”

She delivered her March 9 monologue with “Coronavirus Impeachment Scam” on the screen next to her.

“We’ve reached a tipping point,” she said. “The chorus of hate being leveled at the president is nearing a crescendo as Democrats blame him and only him for a virus that originated halfway around the world. This is yet another attempt to impeach the president.

“And sadly, it seems,” she continued, “they care very little for any of the destruction they are leaving in their wake: losses in the stock market; all this, unfortunately, just part of the political casualities, for them.”

Regan said it’s “a time to be united, not to be pointing fingers, not to be encouraging hate.”

“Yet, what do we see? We see the absolute opposite from the left tonight.”

She accused the left-leaning establishment media of “using” the “coronavirus in an attempt to demonize and destroy the president.”

After her suspension she tweeted that FBN “has taken prudent steps to limit staffing levels and is prioritizing its coverage during market hours.”

“I fully support this decision — we all must to do our part to keep our colleagues safe.”

See the monologue that got Trish Regan in trouble with FBN:

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