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Sources: Scaramucci Has The Hots For FNC’s Kimberly Guilfoyle

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Betsy Rothstein Gossip blogger
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Outgoing White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci has his sights set on FNC “The Five” host Kimberly Guilfoyle, the shapely brunette whose legs are often on display in the network’s notorious “leg chair.”

And she may have the hots for him, too, sources tell The Mirror.

Whether they’ve acted on their feelings is in dispute. Some sources adamantly say they have. Some say they haven’t. TMZ, Page Six and Business Insider are on the scent of a possible romance, but haven’t yet reported anything.

What almost everyone can agree on is that Scaramucci likes her likes her.

Except Scaramucci, who is denying it.

“Not true,” Sacamucci told me by email when I asked if he has romantic feelings for Guilfoyle. “We are good friends.”

Both are essentially free. Earlier this summer, Scaramucci’s wife, Deirdre Ball, filed for divorce.

Last week, Scaramucci and Guilfoyle dined at the White House with President Trump, former Fox News exec Bill Shine, and Fox News’s Sean Hannity. Which, of course, doesn’t prove anything except the fact that they are obviously acquainted.

About a month ago, they were also spotted at a dinner at the Hunt & Fish club, a posh eatery in Times Square known to be a for beautiful women to “fish” for rich husbands, according to NYP. Scaramucci helped create the restaurant along with restauranteur Eytan Sugarman and money manager Nelson Braff.

The Mooch and the Fox News host were not there alone, but in a large group.

Guilfoyle, previously married to Gavin Newsom, has a son, but is unattached and a free spirit. In 2005, she and Newsom ended their three-year marriage. Her son, Ronan Anthony, came early on in her 2006 marriage to furniture heir Eric Villency. They got divorced in 2009.

Trump also happens to approve of Scaramucci’s taste in women. He has told people around him that he thinks Guilfoyle is attractive.

The Mirror reached out to Guilfoyle for comment.