The presidency of Donald J. Trump has spawned no shortage of unorthodox and highly unlikely scenarios. Our collective head has been spinning for basically three years at this point, when you count his candidacy as well. And one of those stories that will keep our collective head spinning is a report out Friday that love — or something — is in the air. According to sources, Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle is leaving her job at the network to join Donald Trump Jr. on the campaign trail for the midterms. She’s has been co-hosting The Five and, according to The New York Times, is a 12-year veteran of the network.
Guilfoyle has been dating junior since he and his estranged wife, Vanessa Trump, filed for divorce back in March. Since then, observers have been able to follow Guilfoyle and junior’s budding love affair on social media as the Fox News host has been dutifully posting snapshots of the two on her Instagram page. The photos show them doing a variety of things couples commonly do together — you know, dinner in Paris, a selfie in front of the Louvre, trout fishing in Montana, hanging out with Lou Dobbs, strolling the White House grounds hand in hand, and posing with massive firearms. You know, all the normal things …
#Repost @donaldjtrumpjr with @get_repost ・・・ Oh oh I think we have a natural. From 22 LR to 6.5 Creedmoor to 375 ELR at 2000 yards @kimberlyguilfoyle was on point this weekend in Montana… she didn’t miss a target! She also had a bit of a lead foot and addiction to the mud with the Razor. 😂🇺🇸😂🇺🇸😂 good times. #montana #shooting #longrange #mt #offroad #outdoors
Guilfoyle has yet to comment on the report, but Fox News confirmed her abrupt departure without elaborating on what was behind it. Sources have said she may join a non-profit organization that works toward helping President Donald Trump accomplish his agenda. Who really knows what to expect, though? The one thing we can count on out of all of this is that she’ll be Instagramming a lot more photos of herself and junior in the coming months.
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