She arrived on the stage of the Republican Party Convention on August 24, perched on dizzying stilettos, her long brown hair cascading over her shoulders. Molded in a blood red dress (the color of the party), speaking with a stentorian voice to an auditorium empty due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kimberly Guilfoyle, companion of Donald Trump’s son, a, and c ‘ is saying something, makes a strong impression.
“She spoke like the president tweets”, commented the next day on New York Times. “Kimberly Guilfoyle screams into the void”, sneered the website of the New York Magazine, The Cut. Both ultra-feminine in her appearance (razor-sharp nails, false eyelashes like curtains, a luscious figure highlighted by sexy dresses) and resolutely predatory in her attitude, she is a sort of Wonder Woman of the conservative cause.
Alongside Kayleigh McEnany (White House spokesperson), Tomi Lahren (Fox News presenter), Hope Hicks (former White House communications director) or Kellyanne Conway (former adviser to the president), this former 51-year-old TV host perfectly embodies the Trumpist warrior. She continues to gain status in the small army of women who surround the President of the United States and have in common a claimed ambition, a very worked appearance and a totally uninhibited radicalism.
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Confused, Guilfoyle also seems to be at her workplace. After his remarkable performance at the end of August (hailed by Donald Trump as “One of the best that[il ait] never seen ” and ” so much full of energy “), here it is back in the news, for less glorious reasons. In an Oct. 2 investigation titled “The Secret Story of Kimberly Guilfoyle’s Fox Departure”, the New Yorker confirms the suspicions that hovered for two years on the express ousting of this former star presenter of the channel, in July 2018.
It contains the now familiar elements of cases of sexual harassment that have brought down many senior men in recent years: confidentiality contracts preventing victims from expressing themselves publicly, amicable agreements to buy their silence and above all an atmosphere of abuse of power for the benefit of the powerful. In this case, a powerful. “I have been writing about these cases since the Anita Hill affair in 1991, wrote the article’s author, Jane Mayer, in an email, but this is the first time that I have covered the case of a female boss accused by a subordinate woman of sexual harassment in the workplace. “
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