Kimberly Guilfoyle Told Donors Donald Trump Jr. Likes Her To Dress Like A Cheerleader, Is A ‘Naughty Boy,’ Book Says
Kimberly Guilfoyle, who led Trump’s finance team, entertained top GOP donors with stories about her personal life with boyfriend Donald Trump Jr., according to the new book, Frankly We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost by Michael Bender. The book details former President Donald Trump‘s last days in office, his two impeachment trials and his failed bid for a second presidential term. The tell-all even describes Guilfoyle’s behavior toward GOP donors, which some felt was inappropriate and exhibited a lack of professionalism.
While she acted as the head of Trump’s finance team, a role which she reportedly underperformed Guilfoyle gave wealthy donors “an unwanted glimpse” into her love life with the president’s son. The former Fox News anchor reportedly made frequent jokes about her sex life at private fundraisers, even offering a lap dance at one event to the donor who gave the most money.
Guilfoyle told donors that her boyfriend, Don Jr., was a “naughty boy” who liked it when she wore a cheerleading outfit, the book says. Still, this is not the first time Guilfoyle has been accused of inappropriate behavior regarding sexual talk.
After a career as a well-respected San Francisco assistant district attorney, Guilfoyle accepted a position as a Fox News anchor in 2006. She was reportedly quietly removed three years ago after her assistant alleged sexual harassment, claiming that the anchor exhibited “degrading” and “abusive” behavior toward her employees. Guilfoyle’s assistant reportedly submitted a 42-page draft detailing her boss’ actions toward her and stated that Guilfoyle tried to pay her off when she realized her job was in jeopardy.
Guilfoyle said a statement at the time, “In my 30-year career working for the SF District Attorney’s Office, the LA District Attorney’s Office, in media and in politics, I have never engaged in any workplace misconduct of any kind. During my career, I have served as a mentor to countless women, with many of whom I remain exceptionally close to this day.”
Fox News settled with the former assistant for $4 million due to Guilfoyle’s alleged behavior.
After leaving her job on Fox News, the 52-year-old started a relationship with Don Jr. The two have been together since June 2018, while the younger Trump was going through a divorce with his wife of 13 years with whom he has five children. Soon after, Guilfoyle became an advisor to President Trump before landing the position as head of his reelection finance team.