Kimberly Guilfoyle Makes Announcement On Next Career Choice


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Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former Fox News host and fiancé of Donald Trump Jr., has made some career news. Her new show, “The Kimberly Guilfoyle Show,” will premiere on Rumble on March 2, she announced,” Breitbart News reported.

“So many millions of Americans feel left behind by the establishment media from all sides and they are looking for voices out there who they feel will give them a straight read on what’s happening. This show is going to be the establishment’s worst nightmare for that reason as we are going to bust through the noise and tell the real stories that matter to the silent majority,” Guilfoyle said.

“I am excited to launch ‘The Kimberly Guilfoyle Show’ on Rumble,” the host said. “In a world where most Big Tech and media platforms routinely censor views that challenge establishment orthodoxy, it’s a breath of fresh air to work with a company like Rumble that values free and uncensored speech. You can trust that nothing will be off limits and that I will always speak my mind without fear,” she added.

Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski spoke about the new show and said, “Signing someone with as much talent, knowledge, and experience as Kimberly Guilfoyle exclusively to Rumble is a big win.”

“We are thrilled Kimberly is with us and will grow her already huge audience on Rumble – a platform that the left cannot cancel and big tech cannot censor,” he said.

This month Guilfoyle gave a vicious reality check to her ex-husband, Democrat California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

It came after the governor said in an interview that his ex-wife “changed” after she began working for Fox News when he spoke to Democrat strategist David Axelrod for an episode of his podcast “The Axe Files.”


“She was a different person,” he said. “She was working for a progressive district attorney … We were close to Kamala [Harris], she knew her well, and she was spending a lot of time in Democratic circles.”

“She had her ambition, I just got elected mayor, and days after I was elected mayor, she moved to New York for a Court TV gig, and then eventually Fox,” the governor said before blaming Fox News for his ex-wife changing.

“She fell prey, I think, to the culture at Fox in a deep way,” he said. “She would disagree with that assessment, she would perhaps suggest that she found the light.”

And disagree she did when she spoke with conservative podcast host Charlie Kirk.

She said that his claim was “absurd” and that she was a registered Republican from the day she was eligible to vote.

“Have you ever seen me to be someone that is led by others?” she said to the host.

“No, I have been a proud Republican and conservative — registering as a Republican, 18 years of age, attending [the University of California Davis], which has gone a little crazy, and a member of the [Young Republicans] there,” she said.

“Gavin knows this,” the former Fox News host said. “I didn’t change. He did.”


“He used to be so proud to fight for small businesses, for entrepreneurs, for those hardworking men and women, and he’s fallen prey to the left, the radical left that is pushing him so far to the left that it’s unrecognizable,” she said.

The former wife of Newsom said that she believes the California governor will campaign for president someday.

“I know he’s gonna run for president,” the former Fox News host said. “He’s always wanted to be president of the United States. … This is something that he wants very badly.”

And she believes that her former husband will be former President Donald trump’s opponent in 2024, and not President Joe Biden.

But in November the California governor said unequivocally that he will not be a candidate for president in 2024, Politico reported.

“I’ve told everyone in the White House, from the chief of staff to the first lady,” he said.

Newsom relayed the same to Biden himself on election night.

After spending much of the evening with family, aides and supporters at the governor’s mansion watching the surprisingly strong returns for Democrats, the governor dashed over to a Sacramento hotel to briefly celebrate his own landslide reelection and trumpet the approval of a ballot measure enshrining abortion rights in California’s constitution.

“We affirmed clearly with conviction that we are a true freedom state,” Newsom told reporters. He contrasted California, and himself, with book and abortion banning governors in other states who also won reelection but remained nameless. Or at least they did explicitly so, until Newsom alluded to the one “flying migrants to an island.”

It would seem to have all the makings of classic political preview, a coming attraction as they would say 400 miles down the 5. Here was the freshly-reelected, next-generation Democrat of one mega-state standing with his young family and calling out the freshly-reelected, next-generation Republican of another mega-state a few hours after DeSantis claimed victory on stage with his young family.

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