She responded to reports the network was banning Trump aides from the “spin room” after former President Trump announced he would skip the first Republican presidential primary debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Wednesday night.
“Don Jr. and I are both Rumble creators, so we are going in as media because we have jobs and anchor shows on Rumble,” Guilfoyle told host Todd Starnes.
The engaged couple is co-anchoring two hours of coverage before the Fox debate on Rumble, where she vowed, “I’d like to see somebody try to stop
The engaged couple is co-anchoring two hours of coverage before the Fox debate on Rumble, where she vowed, “I’d like to see somebody try to stop Don Jr. and me…”
“We’re here on the ground already in Milwaukee so we’re super excited about it,” she explained. “We will be attending the debate tonight. We’ll be seated there and we will be doing pre-and-post-debate analysis as well. So let’s see what happens.”
Starnes offered to credential Guilfoyle with “Todd Starnes Show” correspondent Ben Deeter, who is also at the debate.
The former “Five” co-host said it was “mindboggling” how the network has been handling the debate.
“It’s not like the Fox that I used to know,” Guilfoyle said. “We always welcomed healthy competition and debate.”
Starnes predicted Fox is going to get bad ratings.
“We’ll see if anyone is cabinet-worthy or anybody worthy of being a VP pick but my expectation level isn’t so high,” Guilfoyle said. “Let’s see if these people are going to try to attack President Trump…President Trump is up an enormous amount, up 50-plus points. He’s really clearly the chosen candidate.”