Guilfoyle said Wednesday she accepts her diagnosis as a “blessing from God so that I can understand what other people are going through and those who have lost loved ones.” Trump Jr. tested negative for the virus following Guilfoyle's diagnosis, a person familiar with the matter confirmed to The Hill last week.
Guilfoyle, former first lady of San Francisco and current Trump campaign staffer, announced she tested positive on July 3, and the New York Post's Page Six reported she and boyfriend Donald Trump Jr. attended a massless party in the Hampton's with at least 100 individuals on June 27. “We’re told one guest’s wife was so freaked out, she made him stay hunkered down in their bedroom until the test results came in,” Page Six writes.
Guilfoyle tested positive for the novel coronavirus after traveling to South Dakota ahead of Trump's July 4th weekend event at Mount Rushmore. KimberlyGuilfoyle speaks at a Make America Great Again campaign rally on June 20 in Tulsa, Oklahoman Manatee/Getty”I accept this as a blessing from God so that I can understand what other people are going through and those who have lost loved ones,” Guilfoyle added.
“I know personally that the President is doing everything he possibly can for all American families and to usher along a vaccine while balancing the safe reopening of America,” she said. The campaign official's remarks came as the U.S.is seeing a surge in new infections from the novel coronavirus, while the country remains to have the highest number of cases and deaths of any nation.
“She's doing well, and will be retested to ensure the diagnosis is correct since she's asymptomatic, but as a precaution will cancel all upcoming events,” said Sergio For, chief of staff for the Trump Victory Finance Committee. “I know personally that the President is doing everything he possibly can for all American families and to usher along a vaccine while balancing the safe reopening of America,” she said.
Additionally, eight Trump advance team staffers who were in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the President's June 20 rally tested positive for coronavirus. CNN's Kaitlin Collins, Jeremy Diamond, Jim Acosta and Caroline Kelly contributed to this report.
Kimberly Guilfoyle has recovered after she tested positive for coronavirus Donald Trump Jr.'s girlfriend will be hosting events in the Hampton's over the weekend Guilfoyle tested positive for COVID-19 -19 after she and her boyfriend attended a packed party without wearing masks Donald Trump Jr.'s girlfriend, KimberlyGuilfoyle, has recovered after she tested positive for COVID-19 -19 last month and will be hosting fundraising events in the Hampton's.
A source close to Trump Jr. said the couple only stayed for about an hour and it was an outdoor event held on the building's rooftop. A top official with the Trump Victory Finance Committee, which she heads, told CNN that she was immediately isolated when they learned that she tested positive for the virus.
“After testing positive, Kimberly was immediately isolated to limit any exposure,” committee chief-of-staff Sergio For said. “She's doing well, and will be retested to ensure the diagnosis is correct since she's asymptomatic but as a precaution will cancel all upcoming events.
Donald Trump Jr. was tested negative, but as a precaution is also self-isolating and is canceling all public events.” The same day, a local newspaper reported that various Republican officials were self-isolating after crossing paths with her before she knew she was infected.
Citing a source, The New York Times reported that Guilfoyle tested positive on Friday ahead the president's speech that night at Mount Rushmore for a Fourth of July celebration. In a statement, campaign aide Sergio For said: “After testing positive, Kimberly was immediately isolated to limit any exposure.
RELATED: Donald Trump's Niece Set to Publish 'Harrowing and Salacious' Tell-All After Leaking Family Taxes Don Jr. tested negative, said For, chief of staff to the campaign's joint finance committee with the Republican Party.
Donald Trump Jr. assured everyone girlfriend KimberlyGuilfoyle is doing great” even after she tested positive for coronavirus. President Donald Trump’s son took to social media Sunday to provide an update on Guilfoyle ’s condition.
A top official with the Trump Victory Finance Committee, which she heads, told CNN Saturday Guilfoyle tested positive. “After testing positive, Kimberly was immediately isolated to limit any exposure,” committee chief-of-staff Sergio For said.
Guilfoyle was set to attend the president’s event at Mount Rushmore, but she tested positive in South Dakota. An expert stressed that wearing masks and other face coverings could reduce the transmission of the coronavirus by 50%.
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He also enjoys gardening, fishing, casual reading in science and dogs. Coronavirus Guilfoyle reportedly learned of the diagnosis in South Dakota ahead of the Mount Rushmore July Fourth event attended by President Trump.
The New York Times reports Guilfoyle traveled to South Dakota with Trump Jr., who tested negative. Sergio For, chief of staff to the Trump campaign’s finance committee, says Guilfoyle was immediately isolated after the positive result to limit exposure.
He says she will be retested to confirm the diagnosis because she isn’t showing any symptoms of COVID-19 -19, the disease the virus causes. Guilfoyle and Trump Jr. will drive home instead of flying, reported ABC News, citing a source.
She tested positive for the novel coronavirus after visiting South Dakota prior to Trump’s July 4 event at Mount Rushmore, Newsweek reports. Guilfoyle wasn’t in close contact with Trump and was immediately isolated after the diagnosis.
Appearing Wednesday evening on the Trump campaign’s online program The Right View, Guilfoyle noted she still wasn’t showing any symptoms. “I accept this as a blessing from God so that I can understand what other people are going through and those who have lost loved ones,” she added.