One particularly popular #GuilfoyleChallenge video posted by Twitter user dog_NYC featured the line “ladies and gentlemen, leaders and fighters of the American dream, the best is yet to come,” which he yelled loudly, mimicking Guilfoyle ’s dramatic arm movements. Images of Guilfoyle ’s arms raised in the air were widely meted in this challenge as people compared her to antagonists from The HungerGames, Snow White, and more.
After leaving Fox News in June 2018, likely as a result of a sexual-harassment allegations, according to The New Yorker, newscaster KimberlyGuilfoyle has refashioned herself as a conservative influencer for legions of female Trump supporters. Her speech at the virtual Republican National Convention, in August, instantly became a meme, drawing comparisons to Mussolini and “The HungerGames '” Effie Trinket.
She's helped guide and train and been very influential in Don's increasingly very secure, very formidable, very opinionated television personality. They've seen her drive and her ability to work a crowd and use her fame as currency, not unlike President Trump.
As one former Fox News colleague said, “It's interesting to me that Donald Trump Jr. ended up with a female version of his father.” KimberlyGuilfoyle was among those who spoke at the Republican National Convention last night.
Guilfoyle lit Twitter on fire with this speech. I don't have a problem with KimberlyGuilfoyle at all, I just thought she needed to tone it down a notch... I get she's fired up but relax.
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.
Unlike movies or plays, books can still be enjoyed as their creators intended them, but promotion now is mostly limited to what the Internet can offer or to the initiatives of booksellers who at best can only have a handful of customers in their stores at a given time. (Todd Pitt/Scholastic via AP) Publishers have been postponing books to the summer and beyond, and “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” might seem a risk when the world seems a little too close to the horrors of Collins’ fictional Panel.
But Scholastic executive vice president Ellie Berger says that after “a lot of discussion about timing,” they stayed with Tuesday’s scheduled release date. Scholastic has announced a first printing of 2.5 million copies for English-language countries worldwide, and the book was in the top 10 on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com well before its release date.
“Ultimately we decided that there was a tremendous amount of excitement for this book, from the teens to the adults, and that we had an opportunity to make this the event of the season,” says Berger, who oversees Scholastic’s trade publishing division. Barnes & Noble CEO James Daunt says that awareness is strong for Collins’ novel, which doesn’t rely on the kind of spontaneous discovery that a physical bookstore offers.
According to NPD Book Scan, which tracks around 85 percent of the hardcover and paperback market, unit sales over the past 2 and 1/2 months are down around 5.5% compared to the same time period last year, although they have increased in recent weeks. At the Changing Hands stores in Arizona, children’s book buyer Brandi Stewart says they are offering a special “care package” that include an iron-on patch, a temporary tattoo, and a packet of “instant snow” in honor of the new book’s central character, Coriolanus Snow, the future president of Panel.
The Fox News personality turned Trump surrogate spent much of her speech, which was prerecorded, according to NBC News, fearmongering, trashing the state of California, and hitting other big Trump talking points. She concluded her performance by yelling “Ladies and gentlemen, leaders and fighters for freedom and liberty and the American dream, the best is yet to come” to an empty arena.
Ryan Prominent, 39, of Detroit said he saw DBF_NYC's original video “and absolutely died laughing.” He told BuzzFeed News his first thought was to wake his cats up by screaming the speech, “but that's not cool,” he said, laughing.
People are now screaming into their phones, at their family members and pets, and into the void. The military has quashed any public demonstration of resistance to the coup and a ban on political gatherings remains in place.
Natasha is a supporter of the Thai Student Center for Democracy (SCD) which distributed over 100 tickets to watch the film at one Bangkok cinema. “There may be some hidden messages in the movie, but we are also a group that enjoys films,” SCD organizer Rattrap Suasion told reporters before being taken into custody.
The third detained student carried a copy of George Orwell's novel 1984, which has also been deployed as a symbol of protest by those opposing Thailand's military rule. The detentions in Bangkok came the day after five members of a crowd were detained for making the salute and revealing an anti-coup slogan on their T-shirts as Path began a speech in the northern city of Khan Khan.
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