Veteran Fox News host, Kimberly Guilfoyle, has tested positive for COVID-19 as of Friday, July 3. Learn more about the woman dating Donald Trump Jr.
Kimberly Guilfoyle, 51, the girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr., 42, who also worked on President Donald Trump‘s campaign — has tested positive for COVID-19. “After testing positive, Kimberly was immediately isolated to limit any exposure,” a statement tweeted by Sergio Gor, the Chief of Staff for the Trump Victory Finance Committee retweeted, read on Friday, July 3. “She’s doing well, and will be retested to ensure the diagnosis is correct since she’s asymptomatic but as a precaution will cancel all upcoming events. Donald Trump Jr. was tested negative, but as a precaution is also self isolating and is canceling all public events.” Learn more about the woman who has been in a relationship with Donald Trump’s son since 2018, and was previously married to California Governor Gavin Newsom, 52.
1. She dated Anthony Scaramucci. Kimberly Guilfoyle dated former White House Director of Communications Anthony Scaramucci, 56. The Long Island native’s wife Deidre Ball filed for divorce in July 2017, just days before she gave birth to their second child James, who is soon to be 3. By the beginning of August 2017, rumors surfaced that Anthony was secretly seeing Kimberly, although sources close to the political figure were quick to shoot down the reports at the time. The short-lived romance later fizzled.
2. She went to college in California. After growing up in San Francisco, Kimberly attended the University of California, Davis, where she impressively graduated magna cum laude. In 1994, she received her Juris Doctor from the Law School at University of San Francisco. Kimberly also spent time studying and doing research at Trinity College in Dublin. While in law school, she interned for the D.A’s office in San Francisco.
Donald Trump Jr. & Kimberly Guilfoyle. (REX/Shutterstock)
3. She has a law career. Kimberly briefly worked as a prosecutor in San Francisco, but was part of a mass firing by District Attorney Terence Hallinan in 1996. She went on to be come a Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles, then went back to th