Kimberly Guilfoyle Has Come A Long Way From Victoria's Secret Model To Possible Trump Press Secretary

Amy Feinstein

Word is that President-elect Donald Trump is getting closer to naming a Press Secretary, and Kimberly Guilfoyle is a finalist. But Guilfoyle has come a long way to the point of being considered for a cabinet position. Currently, Guilfoyle works for Fox News, and before that, Court TV, but many people don't know that she got her professional start as s Victoria's Secret catalog model.

Trump has made several controversial choices in his search to fill his cabinet positions, including Stephen Bannon, who reportedly has issues with women and Jews, despite the fact that Trump's daughter Ivanka and her husband are Jewish, according to a previous report by the Inquisitr. But unlike some of Trump's other cabinet choices, Guilfoyle does have excellent and appropriate credentials, as she has been on air for years, and also has a law degree. It probably does not hurt that Guilfoyle is easy on the eyes.


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Guilfoyle joined Fox News in 2006 where she hosted a crime show. She currently hosts The Five. Guilfoyle also serves as a legal analyst for FNC. Back in San Fransisco, Guilfoyle was an assistant district attorney who prosecuted high profile cases like the San Fransisco dog mauling case, where a couple kept two large dogs who killed a neighbor in the apartment hallway.

"My mother taught me early on not to be afraid to put myself out there — especially as a woman. She raised me to believe that anything a guy could do, I could do better."
"They had to jump into a new community and really learn English, assimilate, and adapt — and I saw that. I grew up in that community. My mother, oddly enough, really wanted to pursue a career in law, but at the time she had children and was working as a teacher."

Politico shared that Guilfoyle, as an accomplished woman and Latina, would be better as the face of the Trump administration than a white man.

"Who do you want talking about Immigration? A Latino. When you have to make decisions about pro-life justices, do you want a man or a woman?"

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