Patrick Hussion re-joined the One America News Network in June, after becoming one of the first news anchors for OAN in April 2013.
A native of Atlanta, Patrick is excited to be back in the San Diego area and back in the evening anchor chair.
Before returning to OAN, he was a political reporter and Saturday evening anchor at the NBC affiliate WYFF News 4 in Greenville, SC.
During the last election cycle, Patrick focused on bringing viewers the latest from the presidential campaign trail and political headlines out of South Carolina.
As President Donald Trump prepared to win the South Carolina Primary, Patrick was able to sit down for an exclusive, extended interview with the candidate.
He started his career in news here at OAN, where he hit the ground running and quickly worked his way into a lead anchor position. Patrick was able to use his skills and news sense to become a leader in the newsroom and to gain valuable production experience while working very closely with the tight-knit news team.
His next stop was Washington DC, when the network made Patrick their White House Correspondent. There, he was able to report on the Obama administration.
Graduating from Piedmont College in north GA, Patrick earned a Bachelor's of Arts in History and pitched for the baseball team.
Patrick is a history buff with a special focus on the American Civil War. He is also a "born and bred" Atlanta Braves and Falcons fanatic.