Kimberly Guilfoyle described the January 6 hosts, including one of her friends, as gossipy “mean girls” who fight turf and complain to each other.

Kimberly Guilfoyle speaks at the Republican National Convention in Washington, DC on August 24, 2020.

Kimberly Guilfoyle speaks at the Republican National Convention in Washington, DC on August 24, 2020.Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

  • Kimberly Guilfoyle likened two female GOP hosts to “mean girls” teenage girls.

  • The exchange appeared in Guilfoyle’s Jan. 6 witness testimony before a House panel.

  • Guilfoyle added that one of the women she called friends was often nervous.

Kimberly Guilfoyle, fiancee to Donald Trump Jr. and a former Trump 2020 campaign adviser cast two female Republican organizers—one of whom she said was a friend of hers—at the center of her 2004 satirical comedy Mean Girls. Compared to a teenage girl who looks like a cat. Testimony of January 6th.

The House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol: release a pile of witness testimony copies Continue Publication of the Panel’s final 845-page reportof the committee Thursday Document Dump include Guilfoyle’s testimonyand 18 others.

References to Guilfoyle’s “mean girls” reached about a third of her testimony when lawmakers took aim at a series of text messages between Guilfoyle and Republican operative Katrina Pearson. Did. According to ProPublicaserved as the White House liaison at the January 6 rally preceding the deadly uprising.

In a text message first reported by ProPublica November 2021Guilfoyle was pushing to secure more right-wing speakers for the “Stop the Stealing” rally while boasting of raising $3 million for the event. called this text as the most direct evidence that members of the Congregation were involved in raising and organizing the gathering.

Guilfoyle’s attorneys denied the client’s involvement in statements to publications at the time, and Guilfoyle himself reiterated that denial in an interview on January 6, stating that raising money for the event “has nothing to do with it.” It has nothing to do with it,” and said that the $3 million in question was actually provided by a major donor, seeing her own text as “embellishment.”

Guilfoyle bent the fundraising donation that was supposed in the original message after she learned she may not be allowed to speak onstage at the event, according to ProPublica and witness transcripts on Jan. 6.Her objection was with Pearson Caroline WrenAccording to ProPublica, Guilfoyle’s former deputy, Guilfoyle told lawmakers about the list of speeches for the rally both women were working on.

“They were complaining to each other,” Guilfoyle testified. “To everyone. Like, everybody knew they were fighting back and forth.”

Guilfoyle told the committee that Pearson and Ren’s arguments were generally uncomfortable to be around.

“Think of it like two girls arguing over a turf war and who’s running this,” Guilfoyle explained.

Neither Pierson nor Wren responded to requests for comment via Insider’s personal website and LinkedIn, respectively.

When someone in the room asked Guilfoyle to see if the people in her inner circle were “extremely gossipy,” she agreed.

“Yes,” she said. “Like Mean Girls”

A few minutes later, Guilfoyle told the committee that she thought Ren was a friend, but she demanded an explanation of their relationship.

“Yes, I think we’re friends,” she said.

“She gets on my nerves, she knows it,” Guilfoyle added.

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