RNC 2020: Is Kimberly Guilfoyle first-generation American? Internet slams 'wild insanity' of Trump Jr's partner

'I speak to you tonight as a mother, a former prosecutor, a Latina and a proud American,' Guilfoyle said at the beginning of her speech

                            RNC 2020: Is Kimberly Guilfoyle first-generation American? Internet slams 'wild insanity' of Trump Jr's partner
Donald Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle (Getty Images)

On Monday, August 24, Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former Fox News regular and present girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr, endorsed POTUS in a ‘high energy’ speech. “I speak to you tonight as a mother, a former prosecutor, a Latina and a proud American,” she said at the beginning of her speech. She quickly added, “And yes, a proud supporter of Donald J Trump.”

She continued by saying, “He is the president who delivers for America. He built the greatest economy the world has ever known for the strivers, the working class, and middle class. As commander-in-chief, he always puts America first. President Trump is ‘the’ law and order president.” Guilfoyle added, “Now, presidential leadership is not guaranteed, it is a choice. Biden, Harris, and the rest of the socialists will fundamentally change this nation. They want open borders, closed schools, dangerous amnesty, and will selfishly send your jobs back to China while they get rich. They will defund, dismantle and destroy America's law enforcement. When you are in trouble and need police, don't count on the Democrats.”

Guilfoyle claimed to be a first-generation American. She said her mother is from Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, and her father, also an immigrant, came to the US in pursuit of the “American dream". Guilfoyle said that she felt it was her “duty to fight to protect that dream”. She went to say, “If you want to see the socialist Biden- Harris future for our country, just take a look at California. It is a place of immense wealth, immeasurable innovation and an immaculate environment. And the Democrats turned it into a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets and blackouts in homes.”

“This election is the battle for the soul of America. Your choice is clear,” Guilfoyle said. On Trump ‘Making America Great Again’, she said that he wanted to restore the “beacon of light” which once shone on the country bright. She said, “When President Trump commanded the defeat of ISIS, took out al-Baghdadi and Soleimani and paved the way for peace in the middle east, that beacon started to glow. When he negotiated historic trade deals with Canada, Mexico, Japan and China, bringing back thousands of manufacturing jobs to America, that beacon shined bright once again for the world to see.”

She added, “America, President Trump believes in you. He emancipates and lifts you up to live your American dream. You have the ability to choose your life and determine your destiny. Don’t let the Democrats take you for granted, don’t let them step on you.” She urged voters to stand for a "president who is fearless, who believes in you, and who loves this country and will fight for her". She concluded the speech animatedly by declaring, “Ladies and gentleman, leader and fighters for the freedom and liberty of the American dream, the best is yet  to come.”

Guilfoyle has been close to the Trump family and has been with them in many public events and campaign trails, as reported by Business Insider. The report states, Guilfoyle tested positive for Covid-19 after attending two Trump rallies in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Phoenix, Arizona, in July.

Who is Kimberly Guilfoyle?

Guilfoyle was born in 1969 in San Francisco to Mercedes Marie Gerena from Puerto Rico and Anthony Guilfoyle from Ireland. Her mother was a special education teacher and her father served the US army, from 1958 - 1962. Later he got into construction and became a real estate investor, according to Irish Central. Her father passed away in 2008. According to the website, Guilfoyle was a public prosecutor in San Francisco and worked as Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles. Until 2004, she was Assistant DA in San Francisco. That same year, according to the website, she started her television career and moved to New York. She served as a legal analyst for Anderson Cooper 360, before moving to Fox in 2006 where she appeared regularly on shows such as The Lineup, The Five, and as a guest host on a number of other regular programs, until 2018, as per the website.

On the personal front, she was married to Gavin Newsom, a Democrat and a former mayor of San Francisco. The couple divorced in February 2006 stating “pressures of a bi-coastal relationship” as a reason, according to the website. Guilfoyle then married furniture heir Eric Villency. She gave birth to their son, Ronan Anthony, in October 2006. But the duo announced their separation in 2009 and then legally divorced, as per the website. Guilfoyle has been dating Donald Trump Jr since 2018 after he split from his wife.

Twitter slams Guilfoyle speech

The experts of twitter had a lot to say about Guilfoyle's RNC speech. One user said, "Cannot overstate how batsh*t insane Kimberly Guilfoyle's RNC speech was. they've completely disconnected from reality and the results are absolutely incredible. she literally ended by screaming THE BEST! IS YET! TO COME!"



Another commented, "Worst speech of the night. Not just the message, but her whole screaming at an empty room was awful."



Another stated, "Just wild insanity. And 40% will vote for it. Everyone else had better vote."



One user joked, "Well that was lame. Goodnight folks. I’ll see you all tomorrow after I hopefully survive a night of hearing Kimberly Guilfoyle’s screaming echoing in nightmares."



Another mocked saying, "Kimberly Guilfoyle's RNC Speech Has Everyone Talking: 'Why Are You Screaming at Me?!'"



Another user commented, "I watched 10 seconds of Kimberly Guilfoyle's speech and just couldn't take it. There's like 10 lies it 10 seconds."



Another tweet read, "Kimberly guilfoyle She just sounds like an angry person but after hearing her speech who is she really angry at? Let’s be real here, politicians are no saints but Trump lies and misleads like no other republican in the recent history, come on."


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