Guilfoyle says she'd be open to White House job if Trump asks
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Former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle is pitching herself as a potential future White House employee, should President TrumpDonald John TrumpThe Memo: Ayers decision casts harsh light on Trump NASA offers to show Stephen Curry evidence from moon landings Freedom Caucus calls on leadership to include wall funding, end to 'catch and release' in funding bill MORE ask her to join his administration.

Guilfoyle told The Daily Mail's David Martosko in an interview published Tuesday that she would be open to serving in the administration if the president asked.

"No, I haven't ruled it out, actually," Guilfoyle told the U.K-based tabloid. "I'm not one to sit on the sidelines."

"If he needs me and he asked me, I would go," she added.

Guilfoyle later shared the interview on Twitter:

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Guilfoyle, who is dating the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpPress: Mueller closes in on Trump Fox host: Ocasio-Cortez's 'brain is as empty as socialism itself' De Niro returns to ‘Saturday Night Live’ as Mueller with warning for Eric Trump MORE, has long floated serving in the administration. Last year she said it would be an "honor" to take a job in the Trump White House.

“I’m a patriot, and it would be an honor to serve the country,” Guilfoyle said in May 2017. “I think it’d be a fascinating job. It’s a challenging job, and you need someone really determined and focused, a great communicator in there with deep knowledge to be able to handle that position.”

The former Fox News host left her spot as co-host of "The Five" earlier this year and joined the pro-Trump super PAC America First Action in July.

She was floated last year as a potential replacement for then-press secretary Sean SpicerSean Michael SpicerHuckabee: Nauert may need 'armor suit' to get through Senate confirmation hearing Dole salute embodies emotion of Bush farewell Sean Spicer took White House job to further his own agenda, says Lewandowski MORE, who was eventually succeeded by Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Martosko, the Daily Mail's U.S. political editor, was himself in talks to join Trump's communications team last year but pulled out of talks.