Find out Kimberly Guilfoyle's net worth and Fox News salary! Details on her controversies

By: Priscilla Matthews  |   | 
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From her multi-faceted career, Kimberly Guilfoyle has earned a net worth of $5 million. She reportedly earns an average salary of $840,000 from her job at the Fox Network. She served as a legal analyst on The O’Reilly Factor and a political analyst on Hannity, before landing at the Fox Network. 

Quick Facts About Kimberly Guilfoyle

Name Kimberly Guilfoyle
Net Worth (USD) $ 5,000,000 - Five Million US Dollars
Salary $ 840,000 - Eight Hundred Forty Thousand US Dollars

In February 2006, Kimberly Guilfoyle was hired by the Fox News Channel to host the weekend show- The Lineup. Kimberly has since become a regular contributor at Fox News Channel.

Kimberly Guilfoyle has stirred a few controversies

At Fox News, Kimberly has voiced some controversial insights. If anything, the controversies have increased her popularity. Just recently, she mentioned how biased the press was to President Donald Trump as compared to other presidents of USA. She remarked on-air, “Nobody’s had it so bad as President-Elect Donald Trump, in terms of the amount of like bashing, trashing in the press”.

She ridiculed The New York Times by saying they "got it wrong" and could have done "a better job of having fair and balanced reporting and covering accurately.” If President Barack Obama was favored by the media, why be different to Donald Trump, she maintained.

Kimberly Guilfoyle in a gorgeous red dress

Moreover, she has been found contradicting her views regarding the Roger Ailes lawsuit. She bashed the Fox News Chief, Roger Ailes, claiming that he called her “a 'Puerto Rican w****,' 'easy,' and a 'Puerto Rican street fighter'”. Earlier in June however, she had voiced how professional the working environment was at Fox Network.

Here is what she had said earlier,“I have worked and anchored primetime at MSNBC. I have worked for Good Morning America. I have been on the Today show. I have worked at Court TV. I have worked at CNN. And this is by far, the best, most professional supportive environment I have ever, without question, worked in.”


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