WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- On Monday, Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former host of Fox News, was announced as Trump’s senior adviser for his 2020 campaign.
- The latest move by Trump’s campaign of selecting the best to help in their campaign is just among the team’s initiatives to clinch a 2020 presidential re-election.
- Guilfoyle is currently serving as vice-chairman for an organization called America First Action where she assists in fundraising and media appearances.
In their bid to assemble talented world-class individuals to help re-elect Trump, his campaign announced on Monday that Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former Fox News host will be joining their team as the president’s 2020 senior adviser.
As Trump continues to Make America Great Again by fulfilling his promises and maintaining a clear record of accomplishments, the latest move by its campaign is viewed as special additions to their re-election efforts to help win the re-election, according to Trump’s 2020 campaign manager, Brad Parscale.
Guilfoyle, who happens to be Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend, joined the network in 2006 and co-hosted “The Five” in 2011.
According to CNN, she parted ways with Fox News July of last year to campaign with Trump Jr. in the weeks leading up to the 2018 midterm elections.
Shortly after leaving FoxNews last year, she became a top official of a pro-Trump super PAC named America First Action. As its vice chairwoman, Guilfoyle provided the organization assistance with “fundraising, media appearances, and grassroots outreach.”
Other than Guilfoyle, the Trump campaign has also announced others who joined their bandwagon including Hannah Castillo as director of Coalitions; Marty Obst as a senior strategist for vice presidential operations; Samantha Menh as director of vice presidential operations as well as Nathan Groth as in-house counsel.
In 2018, Guilfoyle was reported to have begun dating Trump Jr. following his announced divorce from former wife, Vanessa Trump.
Source: The HILL