On Monday, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend, and former Fox News host announced that she has joined President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign as a senior adviser. 

Guilfoyle took to Instagram to announce the news with a photo of her standing between her boyfriend and her new boss. 

“America’s continued success depends on @realDonaldTrump getting re-elected and continuing his #MAGA policies,” she wrote as the caption. “That’s why I am absolutely THRILLED to announce that I’ll be joining the Trump campaign as a Senior Advisor! It’s time to get to work and WIN for America in 2020!”

Guilfoyle is the ex wife of California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

50-year-old Guilfoyle was first linked to 41-year-old Trump Jr. in May 2018 when Page Six reported that the two had been dating for “a few weeks,” as he divorced his then-wife Vanessa Trump. Guilfoyle was a co-host on Fox News’ The Five at the time, but the network later announced her departure that July. At the time, sources told the Huffington Post that Guilfoyle didn’t leave the network voluntarily and that she had been a subject of a human resources examination involving sexual misconduct allegations against her.

Within days of leaving Fox News, Guilfoyle became the vice chairwoman of America First Action, a super PAC supporting Trump’s administration’s agenda. She also then went onto help Trump Jr.’s campaign for the GOP.


Besides Guilfoyle, the newest additions to Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign include Hannah Castillo, who will serve as director of coalitions, Marty Obst, who is expected to be the senior strategist for vice presidential operations, Samantha Menh, who will be director of vice presidential operations, and Nathan Groth who will be the in-house counsel.

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