Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images of that media training, however, didn’t come across during her Monday night speech. Singer Bette Miller tweeted, KimberlyGuilfoyle knows her future father-in-law loves all caps, so that’s how she did her speech.
George Take also weighed in, comparing Guilfoyle ’s speech to the much more subdued one delivered by Nikki Haley. While many noted that Guilfoyle ’s speech was tailor made for Saturday Night Live, political pundit Amanda Carpenter felt the actors had their work cut out for them.
The Views Sunny Hosting was enraged that Guilfoyle referred to herself as an immigrant, even though she was born in Puerto Rico. 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.
The first night of the Republican National Convention reached levels of absurdity that, like the rest of 2020 so far, no Hollywood screenwriter could have possibly dreamed up. One of the more memorable, and louder, moments of the night was the six-minute speech delivered by KimberlyGuilfoyle, former Fox News co-host and current Donald Trump Jr. girlfriend.
Per The New York Times, Trump watched the actual insurrectionist acts with enjoyment ... She’s an ex-Fox News host unceremoniously let go amid sexual harassment allegations (which she has denied).
She was a finance chair of Donald Trump ’s reelection campaign, willing to go fully unhinged in a speech on an enormous platform for him, as evidenced by the one she gave at the Republican National Convention over the summer (he ended up losing despite her efforts). There is the “raising money on behalf of future private citizen Donald Trump” part, of course, where she influences people to depart with their checkbooks.
But more so, she’s using her social media to move product, like according to this one tweet from White House correspondent Annie Kari, in which Guilfoyle advertises free shipping at the Trump store. Available at the Trump store is pretty much anything that can be branded, plus a line of skin care products called Curlicue.
Where else can you buy some “Red Rose Lotion” and Junior’s book Triggered (don’t say Amazon). For the most part there are clothes and canvas totes and Palm Springs–issue items that better suit any old bland Trumpfluencer than the blue-collar, stolen-valor look of most Trump merch.
Don Jr.’s girlfriend appears to be rebranding herself as a “Trumpfluencer.” She recently began hawking items being sold at the official online Trump Store, which includes Trump-branded scented candles, bottle openers, bath salts, luggage tags, flash drives, Christmas ornaments, toy airplanes, umbrellas, and dog bowls, among other things. Last month, Guilfoyle was the subject of an explosive article published by Politico that alleged she had been an “HR nightmare” while working on the Trump campaign, underperforming on her fundraising goals and making many high profile donors feel uncomfortable with her sexually aggressive behavior, which included offering lap dances and hot tub parties in exchange for money.
After the Republican National Convention, it was said that President Donald Trump called former Fox News host KimberlyGuilfoyle following her energetic speech. While it had not been confirmed immediately after it took place, Guilfoyle has officially brought truth to the rumor after speaking with Radio.com.
Viewers had much to say following her moment on center stage, some in full support of her high energy, others poking fun at her. “I feel like I'm living my best life and my American dream and I want to make sure that opportunity is provided for future generations, for my son, for everyone's children out there and family members to be able to achieve it.
The 51-year-old, who is also dating Donald Trump Jr. noted what the president is capable of doing if re-elected and encouraged the Republican Party not to stand down in a time like this. After expressing her opinions on Democratic candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris, she ended her speech on a high note.
In her interview with the outlet, she did mention that the younger generations big decision is to decide which type of economic plan they want moving forward. “We're already headed in the right direction, but Biden's plan is to raise taxes by more than $4 trillion and impose all of these regulations that literally step on the backs of small businesses, of hard-working men and women, of entrepreneurs and in particular, for PA, the energy industry.
Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle in Jupiter NewsSportsEntertainmentLifestyleOpinionNation / WorldObituariesE-EditionLegals Trump campaign adviser KimberlyGuilfoyle and Donald Trump Jr., the president's eldest son, briefly greet supporters in Jupiter on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Guilfoyle, who is a former Fox News personality, tested positive Friday ahead of Trump's Fourth of July celebration event at Mount Rushmore.
A personal valet and the press secretary for Vice President Mike Pence tested positive in May. Guilfoyle attended Trump's last campaign rally in Tulsa, Okla., last month, which was indoors and didn't require social distancing or face coverings.
Six people involved in preparing for Trump's Tulsa rally tested COVID-19 positive ahead of the event, including some Secret Service members, and were quarantined. KimberlyGuilfoyle has tested positive for COVID-19 after speaking at a campaign rally for President Donald Trump in Tulsa, Okla., last month.
Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle is an American TV host, grapple and lawyer conceived in March ninth, 1969 in San Francisco. As she left the stage, Trump Jr. told her she “did a good job, baby,” and she gave him a peck on his cheek.
ACCENT Speakers Bureau Chair Henry Fair began the event by reiterating its mission of bringing “prominent, controversial and influential speakers.” The mission statement incited the first boos of the night, but oftentimes the boos were drowned out by chants of “USA! Santa Fe College student Michael Wyatt, 19, shows his support for the Trump administration amid the protest outside the event.
(Molly Cheek/Tuft News)A couple of protesters stood and began shouting while Trump Jr. spoke. Trump Jr. also said people don’t understand his father’s humor because the media misinterprets his jokes.
Gator alum Jonathan Corn, 60, a wellness consultant, of Gainesville, joined the protest with a sign that read “MAGA REALLY IS MAKE AMERICA GROTESQUE AGAIN.” Of alum Jonathan Corn, 60, of Gainesville, stands with his poster in protest outside the University Auditorium.
(Molly Cheek/Tuft News) Of kept to a prior official statement asserting that it would “welcome” Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle to campus as part of its commitment to “ensuring that a wide variety of viewpoints are heard on campus as well as to protecting the First Amendment rights of all those in attendance.” University spokesperson Steve Orlando said the Of Police Department coordinated with local, state and federal law enforcement to ensure a safe environment at the event.
Upon leaving the auditorium after the program, Rich Marrow, 55, an attorney from Alachua City, choked up while asking why Of would allow students to shout at a paid speaker. Tiffany Berkley, 21, a Of biomedical engineering major from Crestview, Okaloosa County, said she felt “hyped up” and supported after the event.
Calling it a “biased and crazy world,” Trump Jr. thanked his supporters for “having the guts to come.” He added: “It’s not easy to be a conservative. Below: View more photos from the night shot by Of student photographer Chance Bachelor.
(Photo by Chance Bachelor)Three University of Florida students lead the crowd of protestors at the speaking event featuring Donald Trump Jr. and KimberlyGuilfoyle Thursday. The trio sported matching red shirts and intercoms, leading the crowd in chants late into the evening.
(Photo by Chance Bachelor)Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, looks out on the crowd of protestors at Donald Trump Jr. and KimberlyGuilfoyle ’s speech at the University of Florida Thursday. Kirk, who is scheduled to speak on the campus Nov. 12, walked through the crowd of protestors before attending the event.
(Photo by Chance Bachelor)Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, argues with Myles Herbert, a University of Florida student, outside Donald Trump Jr. and KimberlyGuilfoyle ’s speaking event Thursday. University of Florida student Melody Castillo stood holding that flag throughout the evening in protest of Donald Trump Jr. and KimberlyGuilfoyle ’s speech on campus.
Various students attended the event to protest inside, while others bought tickets in order to leave seats unattended and deter supporters. (Photo by Chance Bachelor)Gainesville residents Rhonda Riley, left, and Moran Outer, right, hold matching signs in protest of Donald Trump Jr. and KimberlyGuilfoyle ’s speech Thursday night.
(Photo by Chance Bachelor)Maverick Smith, left, and Bailey Lynch, right, look on at the crowd of protestors outside Donald Trump Jr. and KimberlyGuilfoyle ’s speech at the University of Florida Thursday.