Donald Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle go maskless at packed Hamptons party as if 'Covid-19 never happened'
Donald Trump Jr, 42, was spotted at a crowded Hamptons party which had around a 100 guests
A Hamptons insider was shocked to find a packed and crowded party at a house in Bridgehampton on Saturday, June 27, night "as if COVID had never happened". Among the attendees, the insider said was Donald Trump Jr and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle. There were around 100 guests attending the party, Page Six reports.
None of the revelers were seen sporting a face mask despite the pandemic situation. The party, that took place at 51 Sandpiper Lane Mansion, was hosted by Hamptons builder Joe Farrell who is the owner of the home. The party followed Long Island entering phase 3 of reopening even as coronavirus cases continue to surge in some parts of the country. The party also featured a caterer and had uniformed bartenders.
A source close to Trump Jr revealed that he and his girlfriend only stayed at the event for around an hour and that it had been an outdoor thing on the building's roof, however, there are reports of the party being held inside as well. Another source revealed that Ramona Singer had also attended the party. However, those who reportedly attended the party such as Trump Jr, Singer and Joe Farrell have been quiet about the party on their social media.
President Donald Trump’s oldest son had bought a home in the Hamptons with his girlfriend, former Fox News host Guilfoyle just last year. He reportedly paid $4.4 million for the house. His home is in the town of Southampton in Long Island, New York.
Trump Jr's disregarding social distancing amid coronavirus is bound to become a huge issue with his critics. Trump Jr has already attracted the wrath of social media after he spoke out about statues being vandalized across the country amid tensions and unrest post the death of 46-year-old George Floyd who died at the hands of the police.
The president's son also weighed in on the debate over racist and confederate monuments in public spaces. Recently, there have been many cases of acts of vandalism against such monuments. He took to Twitter to suggest that a statue of his dad should be erected in place of any taken down monument. On June 23, he wrote, "Want to save our monuments? Let's get a movement going to replace any statue torn down during these riots with a new and more sturdy statue of @realDonaldTrump. The nonsense would stop instantly."
His comments were ridiculed on Twitter with many users calling him out. One such user shared, "The point of removing the statues is to erase the monuments to racism and intolerance, putting up a statue of RACIST @realDonaldTrump would mean we are continuing to erect monuments to racism."
Another user commented, "Not sure he understands what he's saying here." Yet another echoed the sentiments and wrote, "Yes, monuments for a one-term President who was impeached, cheated on all 3 of his wives, and sat at the helm of a more divided country as we've seen in decades."
Meanwhile, the president in a recent tweet on June 28, lauded his swift actions as he said: "Since imposing a very powerful 10 year prison sentence on those that Vandalize Monuments, Statues etc., with many people being arrested all over our Country, the Vandalism has completely stopped. Thank you!"