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Donald Trump Jr. is dating 'Fox News' host after split from wife: report

May 14, 2018
08:33 P.M.
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The son of the U.S. President is dating one of the popular television hosts, who is also a known supporter of the first family.

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Donald Trump Jr. is dating the popular Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle following his divorce from his wife of 12 years, Vanessa Trump, as per multiple inside resources claimed by Page Six.

The online source wrote that the sources have informed the magazine 'exclusively' that  Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle, who hosts The Five, have been dating for a few weeks.

The source even quoted one of the inside resources as stating: “Don Jr. and Kimberly are seeing each other, and are having a great time. While he wants to respect the privacy of his family, he is getting divorced, and he enjoys Kimberly’s company.”

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During an event hosted by Bill White and Bryan Eure for Richard Grenell, President Trump's new ambassador to Germany, the alleged couple was spotted arriving at the event together.

It was further reported that Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle interacted with the guests but remained close to one another during the entire event. At the end of the evening, they also exited the event together and drove out for a dinner at Harry Cipriani on Fifth Avenue.

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Earlier this March, Vanessa filed for divorce against Trump Jr., with whom she shares five children. The source confirmed that the divorce was listed as 'uncontested' and there was not going to be any dispute over the assets.

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It was further hinted by Page Six that Guilfoyle is a former San Francisco and LA prosecutor and have strong associations with the Trump family. She has been known for advocating the supporting the members of the first family on-air as well.

Her former husband of four years was California's Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, who is also the former mayor of San Francisco. They parted ways in 2005 after Guilfoyle moved to New York to begin her career in television.

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