Kimberly Guilfoyle Says Feds May Have Planted Listening Devices

( Last week, Donald Trump Junior’s fiancé Kimberly Guilfoyle suggested that during their search of Mar-a-Lago last Monday, the FBI agents could have been able to plant evidence or “listening devices” since nobody was permitted to supervise the search.

In an interview with Jenn Pellegrino on Newsmax’s “Prime News” last Wednesday, Guilfoyle pointed out that the agents wouldn’t permit anyone from Trump’s team to supervise their search and also instructed them to shut off the security cameras.

Guilfoyle suggested that the FBI agents didn’t want anyone to see what they were doing, adding that, for all we know, they might have planted evidence or even listening devices while they were conducting the search.

Guilfoyle didn’t accuse the feds of doing it, but she did say it should be “investigated and checked out.” She added that the Trump people want to see the affidavit used to apply for the warrant so they can determine the FBI’s probable cause.

Trump’s future daughter-in-law also said the government’s endless investigations of Donald Trump have only made his base stronger. She said she’s been around the country and the support for Trump is stronger now than it was in 2016 or 2020.

Watch the interview HERE.