Kimberly Guilfoyle says she would put her life on hold to work at the White House if President Donald Trump asked her to.
And Donald Trump Jr., her boyfriend of five months, insists he has ‘zero’ concerns about Special Counsel Robert Mueller trapping him in his wide-ranging Russia probe, even as a proxy target for his more famous father.
Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle talked about their campaign-trail work, their future plans and more during their first joint TV interview as a couple. The second installment will air Tuesday, only on DailyMailTV.
Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle have been a couple for five months; he told DailyMailTV that he has ‘zero’ worry about Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, and she said if President Trump needed her she would work in the White House
President Donald Trump has seen an unusually brisk churn of senior staffers, leading to constant speculation about who might be next through the revolving door
Guilfoyle, a former Fox News co-host, could trade in her speaking podium for a larger one at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue; current press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders (right) has stayed in the job for more than 14 months, a robust tenure in a chaotic administration
Guilfoyle, 49, left her job co-hosting ‘The Five’ on the Fox News Channel in July to become vice chairwoman of the pro-Trump America First Action super PAC, where former White House press secretary Sean Spicer is a senior adviser.
‘I’m not one to sit on the sidelines,’ she said, and if the president called her and offered her a job, ‘I would go.’
She and her 40-year-old beau of five months were on a secluded ranch 90 minutes southwest of Bozeman, Montana, where Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale and a group of donors were aiming sniper rifles at targets between 100 yards and 1 mile away.
Trump Jr. hit his target at the mile marker, sending a metallic ‘plink’ back to the shooting party with a 5-second delay.
He insisted, though, that he’s not fretting about becoming a target himself in Washington’s latest high-stakes staring match.
Donald Trump Jr. (left) says he has no worries about being ensnared by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into unsubstantiated accusations of campaign collusion between the president’s 2016 team and Russian agents
Guilfoyle and Trump Jr. spoke with DailyMailTV in their first broadcast interview as a couple; they were in Montana stumping for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale
‘Nothing would surprise me at this point,’ he said, ‘but I’m not worried about it because I know what I did. I know what everyone around me did. So there’s literally zero concern for me.’
Guilfoyle was on a short-list of candidates to be the president’s chief spokeswoman following the 2016 election, but the job of White House press secretary went to Sean Spicer.
But Guilfoyle told reporters four months into Spicer’s tenure that she was having conversations about taking overfrom him. President Trump had reportedly talked to allies about making the switch.
But Fox News shut down speculation by saying Guilfoyle had a ‘long-term contract.’ That’s no longer the case.
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