Trump’s eldest son gets infected with coronavirus

Trump's eldest son gets infected with coronavirus

The girl of the eldest son of the President of the United States – Donald Trump Jr. – Kimberly Gilfoyl became infected with the coronavirus COVID-19.

This is reported by the American television channel CNN with reference to the head of the apparatus of the financial committee of the campaign headquarters of trump Sergio Gore.

Kimberly Gilfoyl is one of the key participants in the campaign for the re-election of Donald Trump to the post of US President. Her responsibilities include fundraising for the campaign.

“After receiving a positive test result, Kimberly was immediately isolated to avoid any risk. She feels well and will take another test to confirm the diagnosis, as she has no symptoms. But as a precaution, all upcoming events will be canceled, ”Sergio Gore noted in a commentary to the television channel.

He clarified that Donald Trump Jr. was also tested for coronavirus. The test turned out to be negative. But “as a precautionary measure” he is self-isolating and will cancel all public events.

Gilfoyle received a positive test result when she was in South Dakota. She was supposed to take part in a presidential event on Mount Rushmore.

On the occasion of US Independence Day, which is celebrated on July 4, Donald Trump made a speech near the famous bas-relief.

According to the channel, Gilfoyl has not been in contact with the president recently. At the same time, she met “with many donors” to Trump’s presidential campaign.

Trump's eldest son gets infected with coronavirus
Kimberly Guilfoyle (R) and Donald Trump Jr. arrive at a rally for US President Donald Trump, to officially launch the Trump 2020 campaign, at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida on June 18, 2019. – Trump kicks off his reelection campaign at what promised to be a rollicking evening rally in Orlando. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)

Trump's eldest son gets infected with coronavirus

REFERENCE. 51-year-old Kimberly Ann Gilfoyl is an American TV presenter, journalist, model and prosecutor. She worked as a model for department stores in San Francisco and advertised Victoria’s Secret underwear in a wedding magazine. After graduating from the University of San Francisco School of Law, Gilfoyle worked as a prosecutor in San Francisco for some time. She then spent four years in Los Angeles as deputy attorney.

Since 2006, she has been working on Fox News Channel. Gilfoyle was married twice.