Kimberly Guilfoyle leaving Fox News to campaign with Donald Trump Jr


News of Guilfoyle's departure from Fox News was first reported on Twitter by Vanity Fair reporter Gabe Sherman.

Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle is leaving the network to join her boyfriend, Donald Trump Jr., on the campaign trail ahead of the midterm elections.

Reports of "The Five" co-host's impending departure swirled for hours on Friday as Fox News publicists remained mum.

Fox News confirmed a report Friday that their popular host Kimberly Guilfoyle had left the right-wing conservative network in a statement that is being described as "terse".

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Guilfoyle, 49, is reportedly a favorite of President Trump's.

Guilfoyle, who is now in a relationship with President Donald Trump's son Donald Trump Jr., has worked at the network since 2006.

"Kim is one of the most influential voices in the #MAGA movement and knows how to light up a crowd", the spokesman, Andrew Surabian, tweeted. That may have changed after Trump Jr.'s wife Vanessa filed for divorce.

Guilfoyle's ties to the White House have become more personal lately.

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Guilfoyle is no stranger to the political spotlight, she was once married to former San Francisco mayor, Gavin Newsom.

She said in a recent Breitbart Radio interview that she believes Don the future of the Republican party and that she "finally got it right" with her new beau.

Guilfoyle's name has come up in the past regarding a possible role in the Trump administration.

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