Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle Are House-Hunting as the President Battles Congress After Mueller
Don Jr., 41, and Guilfoyle, 50, were first linked last spring after his then-wife, Vanessa, filed for divorce in March
Donald Trump Jr. and former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle have reportedly been dating for about a year and while his family grapples with Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, the eldest son of President Donald Trump is also looking at a home in the Hamptons with Guilfoyle, PEOPLE confirms.
The couple is under contract to purchase a $4.5 million, 9,200-square-foot, seven-room house in Bridgehampton, New York, as first reported by the U.K. tabloid The Daily Mail. The property also includes a 25-acre kettle pond.
(A spokeswoman for the Trump Organization did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment. The home’s listing broker, Susan Breitenbach, of the Corcoran Group, declined to comment.)
Don Jr., 41, and Guilfoyle, 50, were first linked last spring after his then-wife, Vanessa, filed for divorce in March.
They finalized their divorce agreement late last year, as he and Guilfoyle have continued to ramp up their relationship — most recently spending Easter with his father at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida.
The two have also regularly spent time together with their children: He shares five kids with Vanessa, and Guilfoyle has a son with ex-husband Eric Villency. (She was also previously married to Gavin Newsom, now the governor of California.)
“Thanks for everything you do and I look forward to celebrating many more of these with you. Love you,” he gushed of Guilfoyle for her birthday last month.
Don Jr.’s home life has not been his only focus of late: He joined other conservatives celebrating on social media about the conclusion of Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and any links between Russia and the president.
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Last week, the redacted version of Mueller’s report on his investigation was made public. Though it stated that Mueller did not find a conspiracy or coordination between Trump and Russia, the report painted a damning picture of the president committing dubious acts to end or control Mueller’s probe.
Mueller declined to say whether such conduct was illegal obstruction of justice, instead implying Congress should take up the matter given the legal sensitivities.
Like his son, Trump has tweeted emphatically about Mueller’s work, often alleging without evidence that his team was politically motivated.
Trump tweeted Friday: “Despite the fact that the Mueller Report was ‘composed’ by Trump Haters and Angry Democrats, who had unlimited funds and human resources, the end result was No Collusion, No Obstruction. Amazing!”
Congressional Democrats are moving to subpoena the Trump White House in their own investigations. The president has resisted this, potentially setting up a courtroom showdown.
One law professor told the New York Times: “The president is attempting to repeal a congressional power of oversight that goes back to the administration of George Washington.”