The detail we left aside and thought more about today involved a fetish that Don Jr. liked and Kimberly evidently talked about providing. The detail we left aside from Politico is below, and then we’re going to get serious in explaining why this actually matters far more to our daily lives that we’d think and is an indication as to what ultimately went wrong with the Trump government and their campaign/movement.
This insight, the fact that we now ALL know this intimate and inappropriate detail because she was “loyal” says a great deal about why Jared was making decisions that killed people with COVID-19 in blue states, why North Korea may still have nuclear weapons, why there’s no Iranian nuclear agreement and on and on. Jason Mick is an attorney, author, political analyst and writer originally from Canada, with dual citizenship, living with his wife and daughter in southern Mississippi.
He also enjoys gardening, fishing, casual reading in science and dogs. Both did a lot of yelling in their speeches on behalf of Kelly Offer, David Purdue and Trump’s vision of America.
Gavin Newsom, specifically raised false claims about people being allowed “to steal elections or the White House or the presidency,” while Trump Jr. revealed his new term of endearment for his girlfriend: “Puerto Rican pit bull.” The term refers to the San Francisco-born Guilfoyle having a Puerto Rican mother; her father is an Irish Immigrant. In her speech, Guilfoyle ’s voice rose to an impassioned, ear-piercing yell that was reminiscent of her full-throttle endorsement of Trump at the Republican National Convention.
The former Fox News host, 51, also yelled out her introduction of her boyfriend Monday night by praising him as “an incredible maverick who loves his father, who fights and believes in this country.” Guilfoyle dancing, incidentally, has become a Twitter meme, with people sharing videos of her swiveling her hips at a pro-Trump rally in December, as well as “getting funky” during Vanilla Ice’s performance at the Trump family’s New Year’s Eve party at Mar-A-Lago.
Trump Jr., 43, revealed his new nickname for Guilfoyle while making fun of the Democratic congressman who closed out the opening prayer for the 117th Congress with “amen” and “a woman.” Beyond being ideological soulmates, Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle appear to enjoy a genuine attraction that they’re not shy about displaying in public.
The two began dating in the spring of 2018, around the time that Trump Jr. and his wife, Vanessa, the mother of his five children, announced their divorce. The twice-divorced Guilfoyle said she appreciated her new boyfriend for being “an incredible outdoors man” and for possessing certain traditionally masculine qualities.
In 2018, they gave themselves the nickname “Soberly,” while Guilfoyle revealed that she sometimes calls Trump Jr. “Junior Mint,” Yahoo reported. At a fundraiser at the Trump Hotel in Washington in December, Guilfoyle offered to give a lap dance to whomever raised the most money, Politico said, citing two people who were present and another person who was familiar with the episode.
During an event in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, last year, Guilfoyle and Trump Jr. joked about how she raised money in hot tubs, Politico reported. At a fundraiser in the fall of 2018, headlined by country star Toby Keith, Guilfoyle joked that Trump Jr. liked it when she dressed up as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, an attendee told Politico.
The report by Politico came after an investigative story in the New Yorker suggested that Guilfoyle had to leave Fox News in 2018 because of sexual harassment allegations made by a former assistant in a 42-page draft complaint. It’s not likely that the mostly mask-less Trump fans gathered at the non-social-distancing rally Monday night were concerned about the sexual harassment allegations against Guilfoyle, but they may have enjoyed witnessing Trump Jr.’s emergence as a future leader within the Republican Party with the loyal and enthusiastic Guilfoyle by his side.
But some were upended completely, resulting in life-changing or career-ending experiences and instant fame or notoriety as four incredibly tumultuous and norm-shattering years played out. The “smash mouth” lawyer represented Stormy Daniels, an adult film actor, in her lawsuits against Donald Trump and relished goading the US president’s children on social media with the hashtag “#Pasta”, meaning “enough”.
Photograph: Alessandra Benedetto/Corgis/Getty Images former naval officer and rifting media executive went from marginal status to arguably the second most powerful man in Washington. Chairman of Trump’s election campaign and briefly White House chief strategist, he was doomed by clashes with the president’s daughter, Ivanka, and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
Branded “Sloppy Steve” by Trump, he faded into the background and in August was arrested and charged with fraud over an online fundraising scheme to build a wall on the US-Mexico border. In 2017 Brisk man gave the middle finger to Trump as she cycled alongside the president’s motorcade outside his golf club in Virginia.
Two years later, Brisk man ran for election to the Loudoun County board of supervisors and won, ousting a Republican. George gained attention with sardonic tweets and occasional interviews as Kellyanne staunchly defended the president’s “alternative facts” and other offenses before quitting in August this year.
He twice pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia and faced a possible prison term, only to be granted a pardon by Trump. Christine Balsa Ford is sworn in before her testimony at the Senate judiciary committee in Washington DC on 27 September 2018.
Photograph: Win Manatee/Peterson of the most divisive moments of a divisive presidency came in September 2018 when psychology professor Christine Balsa Ford appeared before a Senate committee to quietly but firmly accuse Judge Brett Kavanaugh, nominated by Trump for the supreme court, of sexual assault in 1982. Gold stone voluntarily testified to multiple congressional committees, special counsel Robert Mueller’s team and a grand jury.
The ex-wife of Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, and former Fox News personality became a prominent Trump cheerleader and girlfriend of his eldest son, Don Jr. She spoke often at campaign rallies but her greatest moment came at this year’s virtual Republican National Convention when her high-octane speech (to an empty room) including a primal scream: “The best is yet to come!” Media columnist Ben Smith wrote that his New York Times colleague had “one of the most astonishing runs in the history of American journalism”.
The hugely prolific Haber man, who joined the paper with little fanfare in 2015, produced many of the greatest scoops about Trump’s presidency, during which journalism never seemed more vital. Photograph: Leah Mills/Reuters former model, she joined Trump’s election campaign in 2015 at the age of 26 and was with him all the way, eventually becoming communications' director at the White House.
She then left for the Fox Corporation, only to return earlier this year and, in October, she made rare public remarks at a Trump rally in Florida. A coalmine’s daughter from County Durham in the UK, she became senior director for Europe and Russia in the White House national security council and an eyewitness to Trump’s encounters with President Vladimir Putin.
Hill became a political star during Trump’s impeachment hearings with her cool, meticulous testimony, urging Republicans to stop pushing the “fictional narrative” that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election. The chief executive of pillow maker Pillow became a major Trump donor and cheerleader at his campaign rallies.
The little-known banker and hedge fund founder was hired by Trump as communications director in 2017, despite the objections of the press secretary, Sean Spicer, who resigned in protest. Scaramouch’s debut in the briefing room was flamboyantly swaggering and ended with an air kiss to the press corps.
Trump ran through four White House press secretaries but none captured the imagination like Spicer, with an assist from Melissa McCarthy on Saturday Night Live. Photograph: Both Australian political reporter, formerly at the Sydney Morning Herald, moved to the US in 2014 to work as a congressional aide.
The autopsies have begun on Donald Trump’s loss to Joe Biden, and a lengthy report by Politico this weekend spotlighted KimberlyGuilfoyle ’s role as a fund-raiser, which insiders told the publication was lacking in both discipline and professionalism. The former Fox News host and one-time first lady of San Francisco is Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend and a senior campaign adviser, who was tasked with being one of the president’s top fundraisers.
Under Guilfoyle ’s leadership, Trump’s finance team “couldn’t compete with Biden’s small-dollar fundraising machine,” Politico reported. At the time, the popular explanation for her departure was that she left voluntarily to avoid conflicts of interest posed by her new romance with Trump Jr.
The New Yorker story, by investigative reporter Jane Mayer, suggested that Guilfoyle had to leave because of sexual harassment allegations made by a former assistant in a 42-page draft complaint. The story furthermore described efforts by Guilfoyle to cover up the allegations, citing well-informed sources who said the network paid the former assistant up to $4 million to avoid a trial.
At a fundraiser at the Trump Hotel in Washington in December, Guilfoyle offered to give a lap dance to whomever raised the most money, Politico said, citing two people who were present and another person who was familiar with the episode. During an event in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, earlier this year, Guilfoyle and Trump Jr. joked about how she raised money in hot tubs, Politico reported.
At another fundraiser in the fall of 2018, headlined by country star Toby Keith, Guilfoyle joked that Trump Jr. liked it when she dressed up as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, an attendee told Politico. Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh specifically addressed the allegations of sexually suggestive comments, telling Politico: KimberlyGuilfoyle is an excellent fundraiser and was a highly valued asset to the President’s team.
The Trump campaign did not respond to a request by the Bay Area News Group to comment on the allegations in the Politico report. She so impressed the president in this advisory role that he personally asked her to lead the campaign’s operation focused on mid-tier donors, Business Insider said.
Her primacy in the Trump campaign was evident at the virtual Republican National Convention, when she yelled her way through a full-throttle speech that endorsed the president’s vision of America and exploded with almost religious fervor. The president was so pleased by the speech that he called Guilfoyle right away to say that her passion and delivery reminded him of Eva “Evita” Peron, the Daily Beast reported.
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. The first lady, a prosecutor by trade, had left the San Francisco district attorney’s office to campaign for her husband and was now introducing herself to the rest of America on television, as a legal analyst for CNN and ABC News.
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.
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. “She never took advantage of the fact that she was dating this ridiculously handsome, talented guy who looked like he was going to become the mayor,” says Cummins.
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 between 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’s performance.