Though Trump has yet to put a ring on it, we're guessing the proposal will be an insanely lavish affair like the life they lead together. He and his siblings Ivanka and Eric also own a small percentage of Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Besides real estate and politics (Trump was a key member of his dad's two presidential campaigns), he's also a public speaker and wrote a New York Times best-seller. 'S wealth comes from the family business, his girlfriend, Guilfoyle, earned hers mostly on her own, according to her Celebrity Net Worth profile.
Guilfoyle studied law and worked her way up to a prosecutor role before serving as deputy district attorney in Los Angeles. The couple paid $4.4 million for the traditional home, which features seven beds, eight full bathrooms, and more than 9,000 square-feet of space encompassing three floors.
That's plenty of room for Trump's five kids whom he shares with ex-wife, Vanessa, and Guilfoyle's son, whom she had with her ex-husband, Eric Violence. According to Variety, it's situated in one of the Hampton's most “prestigious communities,” features a grand foyer, a heated pool and spa, and a “high-end” kitchen.
What a privilege, especially when Guilfoyle's junior campaign staffers were reportedly forced to quarantine in South Dakota due to their proximity to her. Luckily for Guilfoyle, we guess, she's had Air Force One when a private jet wasn't available, as seen on Instagram.
In 2018, this outdoorsy duo spent time in Montana fly-fishing and enjoying life on a secluded river, per People. Trump enjoyed their Montana getaway so much that he shared a glimpse of their vacation via Instagram with the caption: “Great time floating the Stillwater River yesterday in MT with @kimberlyguilfoyle.
A source told People that the Mar-A-Lago party “was very small and lots of fun, designed to give Kimberly a great day at the club.” 'S birthday in 2018, the couple dined at the Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Fla., per Instagram.
For most of us, date night typically entails dinner at our favorite restaurant, but for Donald Trump. Kimberly loves posting photos on Instagram of the couple at the White House.
In one photo, Guilfoyle and Trump hold hands while posing nonchalantly near the famous home's exterior columns. The year was 2018, and these two lovebirds were celebrating Independence Day at no better place than the White House.
They also took another photo that night inside the house with Trump's father and first lady Melania near a Christmas tree and under the portrait of the nation's first president, George Washington. When they're not at the White House, they like spending date night at some of the finest restaurants in New York City, like The Grill, according to Us Weekly.
In 2018, during a Poison concert at Long Island's Jones Beach Theater, the famous couple not only enjoyed front row access, per TMZ, but they also met rock band Poison's lead singer, Bret Michael's, as seen in an Instagram photo. “Always great catching up with my good friend @bretmichaelsofficial and all the boys from poison.
You can't find a cooler group of guys who love their fans and do so much for our vets. Great show last night on Long Island,” the caption read.
On another occasion, Trump and Guilfoyle got a chance to meet Kid Rock (via Fox 2 Detroit). The country-rock singer was performing at a 2020 campaign event hosted by Trump and Guilfoyle in support of Donald Trump Sr. We only wish that we had access to our favorite artists like that.
In 2019, Guilfoyle was spotted attending a bridal fashion show hosted by couture designer Mira Dillinger, per Women's Wear Daily. If Guilfoyle and Trump ever decide to tie the knot, we bet it'll be extravagant affair.
KimberlyGuilfoyle has had a stunning transformation, and she already lived quite lavishly before linking up with Donald Trump. During her days as a Fox News host, she owned a $3.5 million apartment in Manhattan, per Celebrity Net Worth, and the luxurious pad featured a dreamy walk-in closet perfect for this TV fashionista.
I tried to make sure to maximize every inch of space,” Guilfoyle told Us Weekly during an interview that was literally just about her closet. With floor-to-ceiling shelves for designer accessories, like jewelry and purses, and an estimated 500-pair collection of shoes, Guilfoyle's closet is a dream for most of us.
All the items inside her closet were designed by big names like Valentino and Alexander McQueen. Though she sold her Manhattan apartment in 2020, per Celebrity Net Worth, we bet she just moved her stuff to an even bigger closet at the Hampton's mansion she bought with Donald Trump.
Per CNN, the duo hopes to “expand their influence” over the Republican National Committee and “may seek to take over the party structure themselves.” At least according to three GOP sources, some of whom are close presidential advisers, who told CNN that Trump and Guilfoyle aren't pleased with RNC chairwoman Donna McDaniel and hope to help Republicans win the White House come 2024.
He added, “If anyone believes that I want to sit in an office in DC and make fundraising calls for 18 hours a day they clearly have never met me.” For example, during the 2020 Super Bowl, in which the Kansas City Chiefs won, Guilfoyle and Trump were spectators in their own lavish private box, per the Daily Mail.
Guilfoyle took to Instagram with a photo of herself and Trump by the window overlooking the football field below. In the caption, she wrote that she was “born and raised in San Francisco” and was rooting for the 49ers, but unfortunately not even those who lead the most lavish lives can get everything we want.
Per the HuffPost, a two-day trip to Paris in 2018 included a “$1,000-a-night hotel a few blocks from the Champs-Élysées,” per U.S. Secret Service records. According to the article, Trump and Guilfoyle also visited Monaco during their stay, but there was no information available pertaining to how much money they spent there.
During President DonaldTrump's state visit to London, he brought along his adult children, including Donald Trump., and more than $1 million was reportedly spent on “VIP accommodation at the InterContinental hotel on Park Lane in Mayfair.” Typically, the red carpet is rolled out with a nice paycheck to boot.
During a keynote presentation at the University of Florida in 2019, the political, sometimes controversial, couple received $50,000 for their appearance, according to The Gainesville Sun. However, other speakers like Kevin O'Leary of Shark Tank fame and artist Pitbull were paid more for their Of speeches; $95,000 and $130,000, respectively.
Paid engagements sure seem like a great way for these two to continue living a lavish life. While he usually appears alone, Trump Jr.’s girlfriend KimberlyGuilfoyle accompanied him in his latest one.
Eilish O’Sullivan is the newswire editor for the Daily Dot. Her work has appeared in the Austin Chronicle and the Daily Texan.
Trump Jr has shocked and horrified viewers with his Christmas Day address on Facebook Live. The president’s son, who famously loves social media as much if not more than his dad, popped over to Facebook on Friday for a five-and-a-half-minute address to his 3.4 million followers.
The rest of the video is a bizarre ramble about how great Kimberly is at telling Trump Jr what he shouldn’t tweet, and railing against “media and big tech”, saying he knows he’s doing well because he’s being “censored” and “kicked off platforms” but also bragging about getting a “ridiculous amount of engagement”. People bemoaned the fact that they found themselves feeling sympathy towards Guilfoyle, who has been supportive of the Trump administration.
Since the video was posted yesterday afternoon on Twitter, it’s been viewed 2.9 million times, and it’s fair to say no one’s jumping to his defense. He works for the Trump Organization and has been active in his father’s presidential campaigns, often speaking out on Instagram and Facebook in support of the president’s policies.
Began live-streaming for his followers, multiple Twitter users have posted the shocking content. In the tent, Trump and others looked at a video screen, and unsurprisingly, no one was wearing masks.
One person wrote, “Arrest them NOW,” while another echoed, “I feel sick to my stomach.” A third social media user added, LOCK THEM UP ! Trump ’s supporters broke into the Capitol and caused a scene earlier this week.
After the chaos ensued, Trump had a weak response and advised them to “go home” but said he “loves” them, and they’re very “special.” “The demonstrators who infiltrated the Capitol have defiled the seat of American democracy,” he said.