It is truly a new era in California politics, which Newsom likes to say has become a 24-7 reality show, and the chatty 41-yearold San Francisco mayor's role is definitely more riveting than most—as a millionaire wine-industry businessman who has had a soap-operatic, sometimes jaw-droppingly chaotic personal life and a politician who's prominently playing a quixotic, sometimes boomeranging role as the caped national crusader for same-sex marriage rights.He has had a love-hate relationship with the rest of the Democratic party over his marriage activism; he regularly accuses it of " running the 90-yard dash" on the issue.She joined Court TV in 2004 and two years later she joined Fox News as anchor of her own show.
("It's the total control Clean Gel," Newsom enthused, "because they've got seven or eight products, and the other ones don't work for me.") At least Seacrest didn't call him a girly-man—the signature action-flick epithet that got Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in hot water when he deployed it early in his tenure.
While still on the job last week, Scaramucci attended a dinner with President Trump that included Shine and other Fox News personalities, including co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle.
Rumors reported this week by the Huffington Post and TMZ have speculated that she is dating Scaramucci.
She was previously an anchor at Court TV and a legal analyst/commentator for CNN and ABC.
Gavin Newsom wasn't even through the first morning of his spring publicity swing around Southern California when he was called a metrosexual on live talk radio.