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The grim details of Kimberly Guilfoyle’s rise as a MAGA family member

The grim details of Kimberly Guilfoyle’s rise as a MAGA family member

Kimberly Guilfoyle’s ascension to the pinnacle of the American social elite is akin to combining the American Dream with a Grimm’s fairy tale.

In the case of the latter, though, “grim” might be a better term. Family tragedy, job terminations, shattered marriages, partisan fury, and even death threats have all been part of the path. Some of the stumbling obstacles were unavoidable, while others were most certainly the result of her own actions.

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Guilfoyle has done well for herself, amassing a bank account worth an estimated $25 million and gaining arm candy status as Donald Trump Jr’s girlfriend. She’s put in a lot of effort, starting as a model and teaching for a short time before becoming a District Attorney Deputy who prosecuted a peculiar murder case that made her name famous.

But she’s been hounded by controversy in recent years, first with a scandal at Fox News and then working for the Trump Republicans, where her current romance began.

Image via Kimberly Guilfoyle;s Instagram

Guilfoyle is a strong force today, as part of one of Washington, D.C.’s most popular power couples; his influence is set to grow significantly if Trump wins the presidency in 2024.

Guilfoyle has done well for herself. She has amassed a bank account worth an estimated $25 million and has the status of Donal Trump Jr’s “arm candy.”

Image via Kimberly Guilfoyle’s Instagram

She’s put in a lot of effort, starting as a model and teaching for a short time before becoming a District Attorney Deputy who prosecuted a peculiar murder case that made her name famous.

But she’s been hounded by controversy in recent years, first with a scandal at Fox News and then working for the Trump Republicans, where her current romance began.

Image via Kimberly Guilfoyle’s Instagram

Guilfoyle is a strong force today, as part of one of Washington, D.C.’s most powerful couples; her influence is set to grow significantly if Trump wins the presidency in 2024.

The Guilfoyle farmstead in San Francisco, where Kimberly was born on March 9, 1969, was controlled by religious principles. Her mother Mercedes, a Puerto Rican special education teacher, and her construction worker father Anthony, both devout Catholics and hard workers, were instrumental in this.

Image via Kimberly Guilfoyle’s Instagram

Kimberly Guilfoyle was quick to notice how those values earned respectability. She said she witnessed how people looked up to her mother, who was dedicated to providing the finest education possible for her disabled students.

When Mercedes died in 1980, at the age of 11, after a long struggle with leukemia, she was understandably saddened. Even back then, Kimberly believed that if she could get through such a personal tragedy, she would be able to help other people in similar situations

Image via kimberly Guilfoyle’s Instagram

“Don’t make this life about you, it’s about other people,” she said to Mediaite. “I’ve tried to live my life in a way that respects the beliefs of my mother and father. They sacrificed a tremendous amount for me to be able to do what I do today.”

Kimberly Guilfoyle had only been teaching for a few years when she was hired as a deputy district attorney in San Francisco in 1996. According to SFGate, she had interned at the same firm a few years prior while pursuing her law degree, but this time she’d get a taste of what it’s like to work in the legal system as a professional. It was, at best, bittersweet.

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Guilfoyle had only been on the job for a few months when she and 13 other deputies were fired in the aftermath of a tumultuous district attorney election that pitted their current boss against a ruthless competitor. The incumbent lost, and the new D.A. in charge cleaned house, dismissing several of the former deputies notwithstanding a grievance filed by some of them. Guilfoyle, on the other hand, eventually found a similar job in Los Angeles, where she stayed for four years.

However, she alluded to that occurrence 14 years later when commenting on a similar situation in San Francisco. She stated in the San Francisco Chronicle’s editorial section, “As a former San Francisco assistant district attorney, I know this isn’t just a typical case of an administrative shake-up,” she said.

Image via Kimberly Guilfoyle’s Instagram

She added, “Criminal organizations and their operations are often very complex, especially in a metropolitan area such as San Francisco. Without prosecutors who have a deep understanding of the various syndicates and the players within them, lawful prosecution of crimes becomes tremendously more difficult, allowing real criminals to walk free.”

Kimberly Guilfoyle was hired by the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office in 2000 after working for four years in Los Angeles. According to Mel magazine, her profile rose to national prominence the following year when she was assigned a case involving a woman mauled to death by two aggressive Presa Canario dogs.

Image via Kimberly Guilfoyle’s Instagram

The homicide’s details were graphic, which drew national media attention, especially since the culprits included two lawyers and an Aryan Brotherhood member who had already served two life terms.

A contract put out on Kimberly’s life by the inmate added to the drama, culminating in round-the-clock protection for the prosecutor.

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Years later, she told Tucker Carlson on Fox News, “I stayed on the case, bulletproof vest, locked plates, the entire deal.” “I had security sleeping in the room with me and was able to endure, convict, and continue.” In the end, the judge found one lawyer guilty of second-degree murder and the other guilty of involuntary manslaughter. Another life sentence was handed out to the convicted white nationalist.

The case also drew more attention to Guilfoyle, who was allowed to return to the city’s party circuit in total safety. This time, though, the talk centered on a romance between the prosecutor and a political candidate.

Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin with Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle from her Facebook page

During her time at Fox, reports of inappropriate behavior on her part began to circulate, leading to her dismissal in 2018 following an internal Fox investigation. Two years later, The New Yorker published an article based on anonymous sources concerning the charges. One of them was an assistant who described working with Guilfoyle at her apartment, where her boss would strip down, display graphic photos of former partners, and solicit thigh massages. She went on to say that Guilfoyle threatened to fire her if word of the incidents got out.

Guilfoyle’s story continues to grow as an instigator among the Trump tribe. It is unclear what role she will play if any if Donald Trump does run in 2024.



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