Kimberly Guilfoyle, the co-host of “The Right View,” struck an optimistic tone Friday prior to President Trump’s long-awaited Tulsa rally that she said has been widely embraced and shows that enthusiasm for the president is beginning to take hold.
“We need a commander in chief, not a napper in chief,” she said. “And what you have is [Joe] Biden in the basement, catnapping while the country needs real leadership.”
Guilfoyle, the national finance chair for the Trump Victory Finance Committee, said that the country has challenges ahead. The economy is slowly reopening after statewide lockdown orders to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. She said one needs to look no further than how states with Democrat leadership have been dragging their feet during the reopening.
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“We desperately need four more years of President Trump’s leadership, his resolve. He’s a businessman…More than ever, he understands dollars and cents and how to create jobs.”
She said that Trump is going to continue to train his focus on infrastructure, manufacturing and keeping “America First” and make sure that the American dream is “available to all Americans.”
“He doesn’t play for a party of one, he plays for the country as a whole,” she said.
Guilfoyle’s interview with Todd Starnes, the host of the radio show, was wide-ranging and touched on the recent protests that have targeted statues and monuments across the country. What started with Confederate generals being toppled, protesters have now vandalized statutes depicting George Washington and Christopher Columbus.
Guilfoyle pointed out that she spent much of her life as a prosecutor and said that the lawlessness in some of these cities has threatened to drown out genuine protesters. She said the Trump has made it clear that—while he agrees with the right to protest—cities cannot allow anarchists to take control and force police officers to flee from burning precincts due to the unrest.
“We need that kind of strong leadership, courage, resolve, to make sure that we keep this country safe. We cannot have this. It looks like you’re in parts of a third world country in parts of New York City,” she said.