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Kimberly Guilfoyle, 50, tore apart when she talked about losing her parents to cancer in the Thursday episode of The View

Kimberly Guilfoyle almost broke into tears when she talked about The View, losing her parents to cancer while paying tribute to the late Senator John McCain.

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Donald Trump Jr.'s girlfriend was overwhelmed by emotion as she defended her friend's family while sharing her sympathies to show host Megan McCain, and her deceased father & # 39; my friend & # 39; mentioned during the chaotic appearance of the couple on the show Thursday morning.

& # 39; Not a nicer person. I considered him my friend. I miss him. I understand your loss. Yesterday my mother's birthday passed away. I lost my father to Thanksgiving evening, & said the 50-year-old overwhelmed by emotion.

& # 39; (Don Jr.) woke me up and said: & # 39; Princess, I know this is a tough day for you & # 39 ;, she added.

Kimberly Guilfoyle, 50, tore apart when she talked about losing her parents to cancer in the Thursday episode of The View

Kimberly Guilfoyle, 50, tore apart when she talked about losing her parents to cancer in the Thursday episode of The View

& # 39; I understand your loss. Yesterday my mother's birthday passed away. I lost my father to Thanksgiving evening. (Don Jr.) woke me up and said, "Princess, I know this is a tough day for you," she said in the show and shared her condolences to the loss of Meghan McCain by her father, senator John McCain.

& # 39; I understand your loss. Yesterday my mother's birthday passed away. I lost my father to Thanksgiving evening. (Don Jr.) woke me up and said, "Princess, I know this is a tough day for you," she said in the show and shared her condolences to the loss of Meghan McCain by her father, senator John McCain.

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& # 39; I understand your loss. Yesterday my mother's birthday passed away. I lost my father to Thanksgiving evening. (Don Jr.) woke me up and said, "Princess, I know this is a tough day for you," she said in the show and shared her condolences to the loss of Meghan McCain by her father, senator John McCain.

Kimberly Guilfoyle & # 39; s parents Anthony and Mercedes Guilfoyle pictured above

Kimberly Guilfoyle & # 39; s parents Anthony and Mercedes Guilfoyle pictured above

Kimberly Guilfoyle & # 39; s parents Anthony and Mercedes Guilfoyle pictured above

& # 39; It breaks my heart to hear someone say something bad about your father. I understand that, and I know how difficult it is, & she said and added that she lost both her parents to cancer.

& # 39; And I know how difficult it is for him if everyone attacks his family, they are outside our apartment, they want to put him in jail … After losing both parents to cancer, this is difficult. I wish there was more politeness in politics, & she added, and put an arm around Trump.

McCain then turned to Guilfoyle and said, "If you believe that, and Kimberly we worked together and I know you, bring the politeness back." You can do it. You are in the White House. & # 39;

In a surprising turn, Trump apologized for his father's hostile relationship with Senator McCain and said, “I'm sorry. They did have differences, I agree. & # 39;

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The debut of the couple on the show was a chaotic one where the hosts and guests talked about each other and at some points boo-ed Trump and Guilfoyle.

Meghan McCain grilled Donald Trump Jr. in the show about treatment by the president of Gold Star families. During the show, Trump apologized to McCain for his father's controversial relationship with Senator McCain

Meghan McCain grilled Donald Trump Jr. in the show about treatment by the president of Gold Star families. During the show, Trump apologized to McCain for his father's controversial relationship with Senator McCain

Meghan McCain grilled Donald Trump Jr. in the show about treatment by the president of Gold Star families. During the show, Trump apologized to McCain for his father's controversial relationship with Senator McCain

Wedding in the making? The couple, first paired in April 2018, avoided host Abby Huntsman asking if they are getting married soon and say they are concentrating on the 2020 elections

Wedding in the making? The couple, first paired in April 2018, avoided host Abby Huntsman asking if they are getting married soon and say they are concentrating on the 2020 elections

Wedding in the making? The couple, first paired in April 2018, avoided host Abby Huntsman asking if they are getting married soon and say they are concentrating on the 2020 elections

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Trump and Guilfoyle, who started dating in April 2018, avoided the question of whether they are planning a wedding and say they are concentrating on the 2020 elections.

Host Abby Huntsman asked the couple: & # 39; When will you tie the knot? & # 39;

Guilfoyle shyly shook her head and put an arm around her darling as he stuttered his words.

& # 39; O my God. We have to get the president re-elected! We are partners together, we live together. Modern family, & Guilfoyle said.

& # 39; We have one goal for 2020, okay? & # 39; Said Trump.

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& # 39; But Kimberly has been great. She understands this world and unfortunately my world has changed dramatically from what I was used to before politics, and everything to do this, & he said.

Trump and Guilfoyle, who started dating in April 2018, avoided the question of whether they are planning a wedding and say they are concentrating on the 2020 elections

Trump and Guilfoyle, who started dating in April 2018, avoided the question of whether they are planning a wedding and say they are concentrating on the 2020 elections

Trump and Guilfoyle, who started dating in April 2018, avoided the question of whether they are planning a wedding and say they are concentrating on the 2020 elections

& # 39; My campaign feeling is to travel with Kimberly. It's great to be able to do that. She has a good understanding of speaking with people. If you need a sledgehammer, I'm pretty good, and if you need subtlety and nuance, she's good, & he added.

The couple appeared on the show to promote Trump & # 39; s new book Triggered: How The Left Thrives On Hate And Wines Silence, but soon noticed headlines with hosts and fiercely defending President Donald Trump as they were punctuated with questions about the investigation of allegations. , Hunter Biden and Trump & # 39; s treatment of veteran families.

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McCain was silent for the first part of the segment, but in the second part of the interview she eventually proclaimed Trump for the divisions of his family that has hurt many people, especially Gold Star veterans.

In 2016, Donald Trump, then a republican presidential candidate, beat Muslim-American Khan parents Khizr and Ghazala Khan whose son Capt. Humayun Khan died in 2014 in Iraq.

& # 39; O my God. We have to get the president re-elected! We are partners together, we live together. Modern family, & Guilfoyle said. The couple pictured in August 2019

& # 39; O my God. We have to get the president re-elected! We are partners together, we live together. Modern family, & Guilfoyle said. The couple pictured in August 2019

& # 39; O my God. We have to get the president re-elected! We are partners together, we live together. Modern family, & Guilfoyle said. The couple pictured in August 2019

The social media pages & # 39; s of the couple are full of their adventures together

The social media pages & # 39; s of the couple are full of their adventures together

The social media pages & # 39; s of the couple are full of their adventures together

Mixing families: Don Jr. depicted in Mar-a-Lago in March with his children and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, who brought her son Ronan (third from left)

Mixing families: Don Jr. depicted in Mar-a-Lago in March with his children and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, who brought her son Ronan (third from left)

Mixing families: Don Jr. depicted in Mar-a-Lago in March with his children and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, who brought her son Ronan (third from left)

& # 39; You and your family have hurt many people and hurt many people, including the Khan family that was a Gold Star family, which I believe should be respected because of your son's loss. Does this make you feel good? & # 39; a visibly emotional McCain asked.

Gold Star families are a group of individuals who have lost families in the war in Iraq and are entitled to show a Gold Star.

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& # 39; I don't think that makes me feel good about this, but I think we went into this because we wanted to do what's good for America, & # 39; Trump replied.

& # 39; I think people can go to the moment my father had stopped someone from saying that Obama was a Muslim … and the pain that would hurt so many people would not have been worth it to me or people in the White House. So I just want to know, is it worth it? & # 39; McCain was busy.

That's when Kimberly Guilfoyle intervenes to defend Trump and points out that political uncertainty is going either way.

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