Kimberly Guilfoyle speaks during the first day of the Republican convention at the Mellon auditorium on August 24, 2020 in Washington, DC. (OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images)

"Unhinged, crazy and incredibly loud": Ana Navarro says Kimberly Guilfoyle RNC speech scared her dog

“My dog was underneath my bed," Navarro said before recommending that Guilfoyle drink more “decaf"

Brad Reed
August 25, 2020 6:35PM (UTC)

This article originally appeared on Raw Story


CNN's Ana Navarro on Tuesday said that former Fox News personality Kimberly Guilfoyle's speech at the Republican National Convention was so loud and angry that it scared her dog.

After watching a clip of Guilfoyle's speech, which was widely mocked online for being delivered nonstop at high decibels, Navarro suggested that Guilfoyle needed to take things down a notch unless her goal was to frighten America's pets.


"My dog was underneath my bed because it was — you know, it came across as somewhat unhinged, crazy and incredibly loud," Navarro explained.

She also took Guilfoyle to task for claiming that she was a first-generation daughter of immigrants, when her mother was from Puerto Rico, which makes her 100 percent American.

"I think we all know Puerto Ricans are not immigrants to America," she said. "Puerto Ricans are American citizens from birth. She is a natural-born U.S. citizen."


Navarro closed her analysis of Guilfoyle's speech by saying that she needs to drink more "decaf."

You can watch the video below via YouTube:

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