Kimberly Guilfoyle

Vice Chairwoman at America First Action SuperPAC

Kimberly Guilfoyle

Kimberly Guilfoyle

Vice Chairwoman at America First Action SuperPAC

Biography

Guilfoyle worked as an assistant district attorney in California before moving to New York to work as a television personality and legal analyst, She was married for four years to California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom.

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Governor at California Office of the Governor, Gavin Newsom

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Chair at America First Action SuperPAC

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Communications Director at America First Action SuperPAC

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Communications Director at America First Policies

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Spokesman & Senior Adviser at America First Action SuperPAC

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Commander at United States Navy Reserve

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Lewandowski Strategic Advisors LLC

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Political Analyst at Fox News Channel

Relationship likelihood: Weak

Former Contributor at Fox News Channel

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Researcher at Fox News Channel

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Kimberly Guilfoyle
Vice Chairwoman at America First Action SuperPAC
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Career History
Vice Chairwoman
2018 - Current
Professional
Prior - 2018

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Kimberly Guilfoyle is affiliated with America First Action SuperPAC, Fox News Channel

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