Strange things happened at Kimberly Guilfoyle’s birthday party

Kimberly Guilfoyle — the ex-wife of California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who has since become a central figure in Trumpworld — turned 54 last week, and a number of strange things happened at her birthday party on Thursday night, March 9.

Let’s start with who wasn’t there. Notably absent from the party – according to reports – was Ivanka Trump, the president’s eldest daughter. A source told Page Six that Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, were invited but did not go because they had another commitment.

Sickos who have been paying attention to the Trump menagerie’s family politics – I’m forced to, okay? — may recall a kerfuffle last year in which Guilfoyle was cropped out of a photo Ivanka Trump posted from the wedding of her half-sister, Tiffany. Ivanka later posted the full photo along with a trio of heart-face emojis, suggesting that online punters were wrong to wonder if there was beef between the two, but the events taken together certainly make you wonder .

Another odd piece came in the form of a birthday wish on Instagram from Guilfoyle’s fiancé, Donald Trump Jr. In the post, the former president’s eldest son called Guilfoyle “the best broad ever,” a compliment (?) he said was an “inside joke.”

But the strangest things from the evening came from the family’s patriarch, Donald Trump, who was among about 400 people who reportedly attended the festivities at a private home in Jupiter, Florida. The former president was seen performing his signature dance move – the thing where he pumps his closed fists back and forth – and even took the opportunity to make Guilfoyle’s party about himself by doing a bit of campaigning.
Trump, who is expected to battle Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for the Republican presidential nomination around this time next year, could be seen in a video taken at the party bragging about a recent poll showing him beating DeSantis in New Hampshire and then monologuing about the state of the country under President Joe Biden.

This monologue included an extended rant about how countries are supposedly “releasing all their prisoners in the United States,” without giving any details.
If my future father-in-law showed up at my birthday party and briefly stole the limelight by talking about his political opponents, I’d probably be a little upset. But then again, if my ties to his family were my biggest claim to fame at the moment, I’d just smile and clap, just like Guilfoyle did.

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