Cornell Republicans to Host Fox News Correspondent Kimberly Guilfoyle

Kimberly Guilfoyle — news personality and one of the co-hosts of the “Five on Fox News Channel” — will speak on the necessity of balanced political discourseat Cornell on  April 12. “We are very excited to host Ms. Guilfoyle at Cornell,” said Mark LaPointe ’16, chairman of Cornell Republicans. “Her talk on interpreting the news and political issues in an objective manner comes at a crucial time as we prepare for the presidential election in November.”
Guilfoyle is the co-host of Fox News Channel’s “The Five,” legal analyst on “The O’Reilly Factor,” and political analyst on “Hannity,” according to a press release from the Cornell Republicans. The club invited Guilfoyle to campus because she will offer a “fair and balanced” stance on both politics and  specifically on Fox News’ 2016 presidential election coverage, according to Austin McLaughlin ’18, secretary of the Cornell Republicans. Guilfoyle’s keynote speech will address the manner in which the election has been portrayed in the news, emphasizing the need for  a style  that respects and values dissenting opinions.