Kimberly Guilfoyle Makes Dig at California Governor Gavin Newsom

Kimberly Guilfoyle, an ex-Fox News presenter and now a member of Team Trump, made an unusual public statement against her ex-husband, Gavin Newsom, the California governor.

Newsom Faces Criticism

Guilfoyle made the dig while presenting at the Turning Point Conference.

The previous The Five co-host was discussing the absurdity of places like California abandoning petroleum and oil in pursuit of “green solutions,” such as wind farms and electric vehicles.

She took advantage of this chance to criticize her ex-spouse, who allegedly signed a bill that will prohibit the sale of all gas-powered cars in California by 2035.

She said California has committed to eliminating gas-powered vehicles. She added sarcastically that there are many winners over there.

This was followed by Guilfoyle saying the audience should ask her how she knows this and that she has news for her ex-husband, as he will never reach the White House.

The comment was met with enthusiastic applause from the primarily young crowd that was already excited to see conservative figures, such as Kayleigh McEnany and Josh Hawley.

Guilfoyle and Gavin Newsom were married from 2001 to 2006. She is currently engaged to marry Donald Trump Jr. and represents the Trump team and campaigns.

Last Monday, Newsom warned President Biden’s plan to overturn former President Trump’s border measures may “destroy” his state.

The Biden administration intends to repeal Title 42, which permits officers and border agents to accelerate the deportation of illegal immigrants.

In an interview with ABC News on Monday, Newsom stated the current system is ineffective and is set to fail in a post-1942 world until they take accountability and ownership.

The governor said, as a father, he feels responsible for being a component of the solution, and he’s trying to do his best in this situation.

Newsom asserted the United States is bringing an increasing number of migrants to California since the state “cares for people.”

“The more we do, the greater the weight put on us,” he remarked.

Newsom continued by saying they are now full-up at nine of their sites and cannot keep paying each of these sites, due to the state’s current budgetary constraints and the offsetting challenges he must address.

Newsom also said individuals will wind up living on the streets if they don’t continue to do what they’ve been doing.

Newsom’s Comments Are Surprising

After years of advocating for legislation to accept and increase safeguards for illegal immigrants accessing California, Newsom’s statements are unexpected.

The governor’s office wrote in a statement to Fox News Digital, parroting Newsom’s remarks from his Dec. 12 trip to the border.

The remarks mentioned on day one of his presidency, President Biden put forth a detailed strategy centered on safeguarding our border, making sure Dreamers have a forever home in our nation, and helping companies resolve their demand for more employees.

It would appear Newsom has had a change of heart.