I feel good thanks be to God,"”she tweeted on Saturday, "“nd look forward to a speedy rrecovery, soI can resume working to re-elect @realDonaldTrump."” 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.
Don Jr. tested negative, said For, chief of staff to the campaign's joint finance committee with the Republican Party. She met with President Donald Trump at the White House less than weeks after testing positive for the virus.
The Trump campaign advisor took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a handful of pics from her visit to the White House. Alongside her boyfriend, Donald Trump Jr., Guilfoyle, 51, held a virtual campaign fundraiser.
“Amazing day raising money with @donaldjtrumpjr and @realdonaldtrump in our first ever Virtual fundraiser with the President,” Guilfoyle captioned the post. “Great team effort by all involved with a special thank you to the 300k American supporters and donors who contributed and participated.
Sergio For, chief of staff of the Trump Victory Finance Committee, released a statement on the test. 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,” For said.
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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.” Earlier that year, just five weeks into his tenure, the charismatic mayor had flouted California law by instructing San Francisco to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, drawing condemnation from President George W. Bush and adoration from progressives nationwide.
She’s waiting to introduce Pence in a hotel ballroom in downtown Cincinnati and just finished taking selfies with fans who are still mourning her sudden departure from Fox last month. Her trajectory might appear baffling, but it aligns with the mind-bending physics of the Trump era, in which ideology is second to notoriety, allowing peripheral performers' proximity to the presidency.
Now, Newsom is running for California governor on a platform that includes gun control and universal health care, and Guilfoyle is trying to stop politicians like him. She is the new vice chair of America First Action, a pro-Trump super PAC that supports candidates in the mold of Trump and Pence.
But, Guilfoyle does want to make one thing clear as she prepares to take the stage to introduce Pence: “I have fully recovered from San Francisco,” she says. As a child in San Francisco, she routinely wore a red T-shirt that said “PLAN AHEAD.” Her Puerto Rican mother, a teacher, died of leukemia when Guilfoyle was 11.
Her father, a contractor who emigrated from Ireland, was nicknamed “the godfather” because of his strong relationships with local officials and the city’s Irish construction “mafia.” She worked in the district attorney’s offices in Los Angeles and then San Francisco starting in 2000, when she got serious with Newsom, who was on the city’s board of supervisors.
She had the “utmost integrity” and was a “warrior for the prosecution,” according to Paul Cummins, who headed the criminal division at the DA’s office. Her work at the DA’s office was much edgier than society gossip: robberies, domestic violence, arson.
But in San Francisco, she never talked much about her conservative leanings, even in private; the couple seemed to treat each step of their careers, and each other, as a means to an end, according to some friends and colleagues from that era. The pair “felt like they were passing through,” says longtime city official Aaron Reskin, who served on the San Francisco board of supervisors with Newsom.
Three days after she held the Bible for his swearing-in as mayor, Guilfoyle started a new job in New York hosting a show for Court TV. Guilfoyle joined Fox News in early 2006 as the host of a crime show that featured murders, rapes and missing young women.
Guilfoyle embraced the effort, alienating other hosts, including Megan Kelly, who complained about her to the Murdoch family, which controls the conservative-leaning network, according to four people familiar with the incident. After Miles was forced out of Fox News in July 2016, amid repeated allegations of sexual harassment, Guilfoyle felt she received less airtime on “The Five,” even though the show is divided equally among the five co-hosts.
While she was negotiating her exit from Fox in June, Guilfoyle gave a fiery speech in Dallas at a conservative leadership summit for young women. She cha-cha’d onstage in a bright red dress, through a cloud of pink confetti, to “Let’s Get Loud.” She declared at the microphone that Jennifer Lopez was “my Torque Herman” (or, my Puerto Rican sister), and then delivered a strident defense of Trump’s treatment of women.
Then, at a D.C. event for high school conservatives last month, she threw red-meat talking points at the mostly male crowd, with a dash of sexual innuendo. Between chants of “Build that wall” and “Lock her up,” Guilfoyle said: “Some of you may have heard I recently started dating” the president’s son.
On the Fourth of July, when she was still appearing on “The Five,” Guilfoyle posted on Instagram a photo of herself holding hands with Don Jr. on the West Wing colonnade. On the six-seat private plane back to Washington, Guilfoyle critiques White House press secretary Sarah Fuckable Sanders’ performance.
Guilfoyle ’s former boss at Fox News, Bill Shine, is now in the White House communications shop, and although he hasn’t tried to recruit her, she says, he’s “a big fan of mine, let’s put it that way.” After testing positive for COVID-19 less than three weeks ago, KimberlyGuilfoyle, the president’s national finance chair and Donald Trump Jr’s girlfriend, is back to events at the White House.
This week, she met with President Trump, and shared photos on Instagram from the virtual fundraising event that she helped to host on Tuesday, which drew in $20 million largely from small-dollar donors. Under her leadership, the team has seen three staffers leave and transfer to different positions, citing the culture of the initiative untenable, according to reporting from Politico.
The team, which is focused on collecting small checks from donors up to $2,800 as well as donations that stretch into the hundreds of thousands range, has questioned Guilfoyle ’s personal spending, including private air travel to events. The New York Times speculated that Guilfoyle could've possibly been vacating the job to take on a more politics-centered role with President Trump, which as we know now wound up happening.
The newspaper stated in their report, “President Trump considered hiring her as his White House press secretary, telling allies that he was impressed with her presence on TV.” Very shortly after she left, that belief only increased, since HuffPost then published an exclusive report, alleging that Guilfoyle was indeed forced out of her job at the network.
Days after KimberlyGuilfoyle left her job at FOX News in 2018, HuffPost published an exclusive report saying Guilfoyle's exit from the network was due to her being forced out over sexual misconduct allegations. The complaints against Guilfoyle, according to HuffPost's sources, included allegedly verbally abusing support staff and showing coworkers illicit photos and discussing who was in them.
According to the New Yorker, though, the assistant refused to conceal the truth, and instead made complaints about Guilfoyle and her other superior, Eric Bowling. The assistant then feared retaliation, as she claimed Guilfoyle made comments about her influence and being able to ruin her with everything she knew.