Meanwhile, others noticed that she bore a striking resemblance to Cecily Strong and the character she has portrayed at times on “SNL”-- fellow Fox News host Jeanine Piero. KimberlyGuilfoyle made an explosive speech at the Republican National Convention yesterday, and internet users compared her to a Power Rangers character.
Advisor to Donald Trump, television news reporter, and attorney KimberlyGuilfoyle made an explosive speech at the Republican National Convention yesterday (August 25th). After the speech went viral online, internet users began to share memes using the hashtag #KimberlyGuilfoyleChallenge.
While some got a Purge vibe from the night, one speech by attorney and television personality KimberlyGuilfoyle brought out comparisons to Mighty Morphing Power Rangers TV series super villain Rita Repulse, who was famously freed from 10,000 years of captivity and quickly resumed her attempts to conquer the Earth. Keep reading to see some reactions to Guilfoyle's Republic National Convention speech involve Power Rangers villain Rita Repulse.
And the Democrats turned it into a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets and blackouts in homes.” Guilfoyle also had a run-in with Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris when both were young up-and-coming prosecutors.
“I never discouraged her from joining the office,” said Harris, who was running for district attorney at the time. Soon after Guilfoyle started dating Trump Jr., she told Breitbart News that she had never shared the liberal politics of Newsom.
“This is lunatic, fascist stuff from KimberlyGuilfoyle,” tweeted Vox political reporter Aaron Ru par. Bette Miller and others joked that Cecily Strong should get ready to play Guilfoyle in an upcoming “Saturday Night Live” speech.
Even some right-wing pundits thought Guilfoyle ’s speaking style, without a live audience, was strange. There is no live audience,” tweeted Town Hall editor and Fox News contributor Guy Benson.
“I heard Kim Guilfoyle ’s speech and my TV’s not even on,” tweeted the Daily Caller’s Chuck Ross. KimberlyGuilfoyle's impassioned speech at the RNC quickly became meme material for Twitter users on Monday night.
The ex-Fox News host and current partner of Donald Trump Jr., the president's eldest son, called upon “leaders and fighters for freedom and liberty and the American Dream,” telling them that “the best is yet to come.” Snippets of Guilfoyle's address were promptly put into North Korean contexts, and she was also compared to the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers' character Rita Repulse.
The St. Louis, Missouri couple who came to prominence after pointing their firearms at racial justice protesters walking past their home also spoke at the RNC. Mark McCloskey claimed that the “radicals” who protested outside his house also want to “walk the halls of Congress,” stating: “This is Joe Biden's party.
Democrat Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones praised Donald Trump in his address and accused members of his party of trying to keep Black people on a “mental plantation.” Other speakers from the RNC's first evening included Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), Donald Trump Jr., and former UN ambassador Nikki Haley.
Newsom and Trump recently made headlines together after the president claimed the governor called him “one of the smartest people I’ve ever met.” Trump said he received this compliment from Newsom when the governor called to express his gratitude for his visit to Paradise, in Butte County, following last year’s deadly Camp Fire.
But in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Newsom denied he ever made that characterization to the president, the Bee reported. As for Newsom’s ties to Guilfoyle, they were married from 2001 to 2006 when he was the progressive mayor of San Francisco and a rising star in state and national Democratic politics.
After they divorced, the telegenic Guilfoyle, a former San Francisco prosecutor, headed to New York to first become a legal analyst and then a popular TV personality for right-leaning Fox News. More recently, Guilfoyle celebrated turning 50 with a weekend at Mar-A-Lago and by dining out with Trump Jr., his brother Eric, his sister-in-law Lara and 20 other people at an upscale New York restaurant, Page Six reported.
In an interview in July with the Breitbart Daily News podcast, Guilfoyle laughingly despaired how Newsom’s politics have become more “far left” since when they were married. Guilfoyle said she totally disagrees with Newsom’s “very liberal policies” on gun control and his “aggressive” stance against her boyfriend’s father and his positions on immigration.
The Latest: Senate quickly rejects challenge to Pa. electors CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device (Photo by Many Caramel/Getty Images) According to the new book, “The Hill to Die On,” Trump was at a fundraiser on Sept. 27 at his Washington D.C. hotel, trying to get some major donors excited to support House Republicans in the mid-term elections, People reported.
The president also decried California sanctuary cities, and the state being home to one of his sharpest critics, Rep. Maxine Waters, a Los Angeles-area Democrat. Guilfoyle was famously married to Newsom from 2001 to 2006, when he was San Francisco’s mayor and a rising star in state and national Democratic politics.
US President Donald Trump greets California Governor-elect Gavin Newsom on November 17, 2018, as he travels to view wildfire damage in Butte County. During the mid-term elections, Guilfoyle, 50, and Trump Jr., 41, were popular speakers on the campaign trail for GOP candidates and for the president’s MAGA policies.
However, things got a little awkward for Newsom during an interview in March, when he was asked a question about Guilfoyle dating Trump Jr. and whether her name ever came up when he was on the phone talking to the president about official business. Newsom tried to be diplomatic in his response to BuzzFeed News’ editor-in-chief Ben Smith, Page Six reported at the time.
San Jose shooting: One man in critical condition CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device While President Donald Trump stayed in Washington D.C. over Christmas, amid the federal government shutdown, stock market tumble and other political crises, his children and grandchildren celebrated the holiday at his Mar-A-Lago private resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
In any case, joining the Mar-A-Lago festivities this year was a new addition to the family fold: KimberlyGuilfoyle, the one-time first lady of San Francisco and ex-Fox News host. Donald Trump Jr.’s new girlfriend and political partner got into the spirit of a tropical Christmas by posting an Instagram photo of herself poolside at Mar-A-Lago, donning sunglasses, a slight potty smile and what looked like a black, zip-up bikini top.
Her tweet came the same day that Democratic congressional leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer issued a joint statement, saying the president “is plunging the country into chaos,” Axis reported. The statement by House Speaker nominee Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Schumer followed the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeting 653 points Monday in the worst day of trading on Christmas Eve in history.
Meanwhile, the choice by Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner to abandon the White House and head down to Florida for vacation amidst the shutdown faced questions and criticism on social media, notably from Crooked Media co-founder Tommy Victor, a former spokesperson for President Barack Obama and the National Security Council, and from Vox co-founder Matthew Silesia. He and Vanessa Trump posed for an Instagram photo in front of a lavish Christmas tree with their children, Kai, 11, Donald III, 9, Tristan, 7, Spencer, 6, and Chloe, 4.
Prior to arriving in Palm Beach for Christmas, Trump Jr. shared photos of himself with his oldest son, Donald III, duck hunting in North Carolina. He and Guilfoyle also were in South Florida last week, speaking at the four-day Turning Point USA summit for conservative student activists, the Palm Beach Daily News reported.