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Kimberly Guilfoyle Salary, Net Worth 2023, Age, Husband, Kids, Parents

Kimberly Guilfoyle Salary 2023

Kimberly Guilfoyle receives an annual salary of approximately $8.09 million and a monthly salary of $111,867, she is an American television news personality and former prosecuting attorney in San Francisco.

Being a Republican, she became an advisor to the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump.

Year Salary Per Year Salary Per Month
2023 $8.09 million $111,867
2022 $8.095 million $111,128
2021 $7.593 million $110,969
2019 $7.491 million $110,520
2018 $7.089 million $110,035

Kimberly Guilfoyle Net Worth 2023

Kimberly Guilfoyle is estimated to have a net worth of $28 million dollars at present.

She has accumulated her net worth with the versatility she has shown in each field she has worked in.

Her main source of earnings is her career as a journalist and an attorney. As she progresses in her career, her net worth is projected to rise.

Year Net Worth
2023 $28 Million
2022 $25 Million
2021 $23 Million
2019 $18 Million
2018 $15 Million

Guilfoyle and Trump Jr. bought a $4.4 million home in The Hamptons in mid-2019. They sold it for $8.14 million in March 2021, during the Covid pandemic.

Guilfoyle and Trump Jr. purchased a $9.7 million home in Jupiter, Florida, in March 2021.

Law Career

Guilfoyle taught in a public school district after law school and briefly worked as a prosecutor in San Francisco. Terence Hallinan was elected district attorney in 1996 and fired 14 of the city’s prosecutors.

Guilfoyle worked as a deputy district attorney in Los Angeles for four years, handling adult and juvenile cases involving narcotics, domestic violence, kidnapping, robbery, arson, sexual assault, and homicide. At the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, she received several honors, including Prosecutor of the Month.

Guilfoyle was rehired in the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office by Hallinan in 2000, where she worked as an assistant district attorney from 2000 to 2004.

During this time, she was co-prosecutor with James Hammer in the 2002 case People v. Noel and Knoller, a second-degree murder trial involving a dog mauling that received international attention.

TV Career

Guilfoyle relocated to New York in January 2004 to host the Court TV show Both Sides. She also worked as a legal analyst on Anderson Cooper 360°.

In February 2006, she joined Fox News as the host of the weekend show The Lineup. This was ultimately canceled. Guilfoyle remained a regular contributor for the network and was named co-host of The Five in 2011. Until 2018, she was a host on the show.

She began hosting and then co-hosting Outnumbered in 2014, and she continued to make appearances until June 2018. Guilfoyle also appeared weekly on The O’Reilly Factor’s recurring segment “Is It Legal?” until the show was cancelled in 2017, and as a weekly Thursday guest on Brian Kilmeade’s Kilmeade and Friends radio show. Guilfoyle has appeared as a guest on Hannity, On the Record, Justice with Judge Jeanine, and Fox and Friends.

Guilfoyle signed a long-term contract extension with Fox in mid-2017. Guilfoyle abruptly left Fox News a year later, in July 2018, to work for a pro-Donald Trump super PAC.

According to HuffPost, at the time of her departure, the network was in the midst of a year-long investigation into a sexual harassment allegation leveled against Guilfoyle.

Network executives had given Guilfoyle an ultimatum: resign by the end of July or face termination. The New Yorker later confirmed reports that Guilfoyle was forced to resign rather than leaving voluntarily.

Following Guilfoyle’s departure, Fox News reached an out-of-court settlement with an assistant who accused Guilfoyle of sexual harassment. The financial terms were not disclosed. According to The New Yorker, the settlement was at least $4 million.

Guilfoyle, according to the assistant, frequently displayed herself naked, showed photographs of the genitalia of men she had sex with, and required her to sleep over at Guilfoyle’s apartment. Several of the assistant’s claims were independently verified by The New Yorker.

Writing Career

Guilfoyle published Making the Case: How to Be Your Own Best Advocate, a semi-autobiographical advice book on her experiences growing up, working as a prosecutor, and encouraging people to advocate for themselves, in 2015.

Political Career

Guilfoyle was reportedly being considered for the position of press secretary for President Donald Trump in December 2016. Sean Spicer was considered the front-runner for the job and was eventually chosen. On The Five on May 12, 2017, co-host Bob Beckel hinted that Guilfoyle had declined the job.

Guilfoyle, however, confirmed in an interview with Bay Area News Group on May 15, 2017, that she was in contact with the White House about the position following Spicer’s resignation. “I’m a patriot, and serving my country would be an honor,” Guilfoyle said.

“I think it’d be a fascinating job; it’s a challenging job, and you need someone really determined and focused in there, a great communicator with deep knowledge to handle that position.” However, on May 19, Guilfoyle stated that she was under contract with Fox and had turned down the White House. She extended her contract with Fox one month later.

Guilfoyle was described as a “conservative cheerleader for President Trump” by The Washington Post in 2018.
Donald Jr. and she toured campuses together in 2019, being invited by venues such as the University of Florida, where they were paid $50,000 from student fees for their appearance.

This sparked outrage among those who opposed Trump’s decision to pay so much attention to two of his spokespeople.

At the event, two people were arrested and five others were injured. Richard B. Spencer, a white nationalist Trump supporter, had preceded them as an invited speaker two years prior, causing similar controversy.

Guilfoyle was reported to be the chair of the Trump Victory Committee’s finance committee in 2020. The Trump campaign was secretly paying Guilfoyle $15,000 per month through the campaign manager’s private company, Parscale Strategy, as of early 2020.

Guilfoyle acted as a surrogate on the campaign trail and provided general advice. Guilfoyle oversaw the Trump 2020 campaign’s fund-raising division.

This division hired socialite Somers Farkas to help raise funds. Guilfoyle’s fundraising division was in turmoil, with experienced staff leaving and accusations of irresponsible spending.

Guilfoyle gave a speech endorsing Trump at the Republican National Convention in August 2020, which some observers described as unnecessarily loud or unhinged. Others in the media described it as fervent. She was chastised for referring to herself as a first-generation American when her mother was born in Puerto Rico and thus a US citizen.  Her father is a first-generation American, having immigrated from Ireland.

Guilfoyle joined President Trump, Donald Jr., Rudy Giuliani, Eric Trump, and others on the Ellipse in Washington, D.C. in January 2021 to address the “Save America March.” As a result, the Capitol was attacked.

Guilfoyle, who raised millions of dollars to support the rally, was also involved in organizing the Capitol protest. She received a stipend of $60,000 for her 2-3 minute rally speech.

Guilfoyle was featured in a video shown at Donald Jr.’s rally “breaking into the hip-shaking dance she’s been performing at other recent pro-Trump rallies” and “telling Trump supporters, ‘Have the courage to do the right thing!'” Fight!'”.


Guilfoyle married politician Gavin Newsom, then a San Francisco city supervisor, in 2001. In 2003, Newsom was elected Mayor of San Francisco.

She went by the name Kimberly Guilfoyle Newsom while married to Newsom. The couple was featured in the September 2004 issue of Harper’s Bazaar; the spread featured them posing at the Getty Villa, and they were dubbed the “New Kennedys” in the title.

Guilfoyle and Newsom filed for divorce in January 2005, citing the strain of a bicoastal marriage. On February 28, 2006, their divorce was finalized.

Guilfoyle married furniture heir Eric Villency on May 27, 2006, in Barbados. On October 4, 2006, Guilfoyle gave birth to their son, Ronan Anthony.

Guilfoyle and Villency announced their separation in June 2009, and their divorce was finalized later that year.

Vanessa Trump, who had filed for divorce three months earlier, confirmed Guilfoyle was dating her estranged husband, Donald Trump Jr., in June 2018. In 2018, the Trumps’ divorce was finalized.

Guilfoyle and Trump announced their engagement on December 31, 2020. The engagement was not made public until January 20, 2022.

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