So much for the magical thinking of Trump world, where COVID-19 is minimized, if it’s considered at all. Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, in South Dakota with Junior to speak at a fundraiser and celebrate the fireworks show with Trump at Mt. Rushmore, has tested positive for the coronavirus. New York Times: Ms. Guilfoyle is the third person in possible proximity to Mr. Trump known to have contracted the virus. A personal valet who served Mr. Trump his food and the press secretary for Vice President Mike Pence tested positive for the virus in May. IMs. Guilfoyle was not experiencing symptoms, the person familiar with her condition said. She and the younger Mr. Trump never met up with the president’s entourage, the person said. Out of caution, the couple plans to drive back from South Dakota to the East Coast, the person said. Still, that another person who was expected to be near Mr. Trump tested positive — and someone who most staff aides consider a member of the Trump family — is likely to renew attention around potential risks to the president. Even as outbreaks have emerged in the South and West and as states across the country report a record number of cases each day, White House officials — and Mr. Trump in particular — have minimized their focus on the virus in public appearances. In an interview on Wednesday, the president indicated that he believed the virus was “going to sort of just disappear.” Trump and entourage are very reckless. They play fast and loose with the truth and they’re careless, at a time of national emergency. It’s good that this happened. Not wishing anything bad on Guilfoyle, I’m indifferent to her, but the attendant publicity should help to focus the fact that COVID-19 is not a hoax, nor a political issue. It is a real and serious health menace. Clearly, it strikes the just and the unjust alike.
The entire month has not been kind to people named Trump and it’s not even half over. First Daddy got booed at the World Series and then once again at the UFC championships and then Don Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle, now lovingly dubbed “Donfoyle” made two appearances, pitching Junior’s book; one on television, where they were asked to leave, and then one on stage, where they were booed off — while Guilfoyle was giving dating advice. Truly stellar, coming from her, after she played show and tell at Fox News, complete with pictures of her “conquests” penises. Vintage Trump, all the way, crass not class. But the showstopping element in all this, is that it was not the lefties booing Donfoyle, it was young conservatives. Bess Levin, Vanity Fair: First was an appearance on The View to publicize his new book, Triggered, which begins with the premise that “a victimhood complex has taken root in the American left,” and then spends hundreds of pages bitching about how mean liberals have been to his family and how unfair his life is. On the daytime talk show, Donald Trump the Younger battled with the five hosts and got booed by the audience. On the topic of his decision to out the alleged whistle-blower, his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, told the audience she was in the bathroom when the whole thing went down and then said this: “I left you alone for 10 minutes; what happens when mamacita’s gone?” Then on Sunday the first boy and his mother-girlfriend stopped by the University of California, Los Angeles, to pimp the tome. There they presumably thought they’d be in friendlier company, as the event was put on by conservative group Turning Point USA and moderated by terrible human Charlie Kirk. They presumably thought the room would be a safe space to drag the traitors who won’t just let the president commit as many impeachable offenses as he wants, and that they’d receive nothing but adulation for owning the libs. Unfortunately for Donfoyle—yes, that’s their couple portmanteau, spread the word—things didn’t pan out that way! And not because, per the thesis of Triggered, liberals hate free speech. Instead the duo received deafening boos by the president’s own supporters after it was announced that the question-and-answer session had been canceled. Despite the fact that the heckling was reportedly coming from people in Make America Great Again hats and other pro-Trump gear, the first son apparently initially assumed it was from left-leaning protestors, because he’s not very smart. “Name a time when conservatives have disrupted even the furthest leftist on a college campus,” he told the crowd. “It doesn’t happen that way. We’re willing to listen.” After an audience member quite reasonably yelled, “Then open the Q&A!” Junior responded, “See what I mean?” (Answer: No, no one did.) “And that is the problem. And the reason oftentimes it doesn’t make sense to do the Q&A is not because we’re not willing to talk about the questions, ‘cause we do. No. It’s because people hijack it with nonsense looking to go for some sort of sound bite. You have people spreading nonsense, spreading hate, trying to take over the room.” Junior was overwhelmed, his normal state, apparently, and he looked to “Mamacita” for guidance and Guilfoyle let the room know what a bunch of losers who couldn’t get dates they were. Audience: We want to ask questionsTPUSA: Have sex incel […]
You remember scumbag Fox News talking head Eric Bolling, who used to send pictures of male genitalia to female colleagues? Well, his opposite number right there in the “news” room is none other than Donald Trump Jr.’s current squeeze, Kimberly Guilfoyle, who recently departed from Fox, ostensibly to work on a Trump PAC. Her departure […]
Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle has been close, very, very close, to the Trump family. In fact, she is currently dating Donald Trump, Jr. whose wife Vanessa Trump filed for divorce in early April. When not behind the Fox News desk, she’s been...
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