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This Month In Trump-And-San-Francisco

While numerous press outlets report that White House staff members have begun sending out their resumes in hopes of leaving the under-siege administration, at least one person is interested in entering the inner circle, and she has a San Francisco connection. Former San Francisco first lady Kimberly Guilfoyle has publicly admitted she’s in consideration to replace the beleaguered Sean Spicer as the White House Press Secretary.

Guilfoyle, the ex-wife of former mayor and current California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, is a former prosecutor who is a host at Fox News. Meanwhile her ex, who has his sights set on the governor’s mansion and perhaps other famous public housing, has been a relentless critic of her possible future boss, President Trump.

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