Kimberly Guilfoyle: ‘We’re supporting the president’s winning economic agenda’
Kimberly Guilfoyle, senior advisor to President Trump’s 2020 campaign, spoke with John Bachman on Newsmax TV to discuss Joe Biden’s failed leadership, rumors of Governor Andrew Cuomo running for president, and continuing the Trump campaign through digital messaging.
“As a national finance director for the Trump campaign… it’s tough, because we want to be really sensitive to the needs of Americans,” she said. “We’re really just sending a message out there that yes, this campaign is still going on, we’re supporting the president’s winning economic agenda.”
Guilfoyle said that the feedback they’ve received as the campaign calls donors is decisively confident – in Trump’s leadership and in the strength of the economy to bounce back.
A recent ABC-Washington Post poll shows a large backing of support for President Trump in comparison to the potential Democratic nominee, Joe Biden. The poll reports 53% of voters say they are enthusiastic for President Trump, with only 24% for Biden.
In a tweet on Tuesday, Guilfoyle voiced her concern for Biden’s campaign, saying, “His lack of a relevant message & failure to demonstrate anything close to inspiring leadership are devastating for a campaign. Creative emails won’t change that.”
New rumors surfacing say Governor Andrew Cuomo could enter the race for president against Donald Trump – but in an interview with CNN host Chris Cuomo, who is in quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus, Gov. Cuomo shut him down.
In response, Guilfoyle stated that whoever they run against “wouldn’t make a difference.”
“I have a lot of connections and ties still in the Democratic Party and the West Coast… and the word that I’m getting is that the party is going to stand firmly, staunchly behind Joe Biden as their nominee,” she said.
“So, if that’s what they’re going to do, fine, but the president said it best. No matter to us, we can run against, you know, Joe Biden, we can run against Andrew Cuomo, whoever else, or Bernie Sanders. I don’t think people want socialism, especially after what we’ve been through right now.”
Guilfoyle said she appreciates Gov. Cuomo’s leadership and the good relationship he has with the president.
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