I don’t have inside knowledge about this, but I know original news reports at the start of the transition was that she would be involved at the White House in Communications. We know that never happened, but this would be a good step getting the Trump administration’s communications department out of incompetent swamp hands. Bringing Kim on in any role would also indicate President Trump is aware of where theproblem is and wants to change it. There are lots of reports that he wants to do a great deal of house cleaning. I’d say that’s unlikely, but an addition or two, or a single change up, just might happen. I think it MUST happen.
So good luck to Kim, I think she’d be great with whatever she would be assigned to. In addition to her media work, Kim is also an accomplished attorney. Here’s her bio for more background.
Before Donald Trump named Sean Spicer press secretary, everyone wondered who would fill the role. A new report indicates Trump may replace Spicer with Fox News’ Kimberly Guilfoyle, which is a possibility that’s been being floated for months.
Back in October, she was seen entering Trump Tower and rumors began swirling she was up for a position on the communications team. By December, the speculation hit its fever pitch and political observers were sure Guilfoyle would be involved with the operation somehow, whether as press secretary or in an ancillary role. Even some of her Fox News colleagues spoke out in favor of her heading to the White House…
Still, a New York Times report yesterday said, “while Mr. Trump has raised the Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle to allies as a possible press secretary, he has spent several hours with Mr. Spicer this week, praising his television ‘ratings’ during the briefings.” […]
A report from the AP out today also notes that “Trump is mulling expanding the communications team and has eyed hiring producers from Fox News.”