Celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels LAUGHS in Bill Maher's face when he ... trends now

Celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels LAUGHS in Bill Maher's face when he ... trends now
Celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels LAUGHS in Bill Maher's face when he ... trends now

Celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels LAUGHS in Bill Maher's face when he ... trends now

Celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels has slammed California Governor Gavin Newsom and revealed she left his state after a released convict broke into her home.

The certified nutritionist made the comments to Bill Maher after he told how he has been trying to convince the 56-year-old governor to run for president.

His remarks prompted fury from Michaels, who informed him she had been forced to relocate to Miami where it 'feels less crazy' due to the golden state's rampant crime.

'My house got broken into. Guess who let the guy out during Covid? Newsom,' Michaels said.

'It was the guy's third offense. He broke into our house [with] duct tape and a video camera. I mean give me a f**king break. Third strike, guy goes to jail, gets let out during Covid.'

Celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels has slammed California Governor Gavin Newsom as she shared how she left California due to rampant crime

Celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels has slammed California Governor Gavin Newsom as she shared how she left California due to rampant crime

The fitness guru told how her home was broken into by a convict who had been freed by Newsom during Covid

The fitness guru told how her home was broken into by a convict who had been freed by Newsom during Covid

Michaels said the intruder broke into her Malibu home carrying duct tape and a video camera

Michaels said the intruder broke into her Malibu home carrying duct tape and a video camera

Michaels also told how her Malibu home had been damaged in the devastating fires in the area in 2018, which were blamed on Pacific Gas and Electric.

PG&E was declared a 'safe' company by Newsom's administration but was later forced to fork out $55 million for its role in the fires.

'You're going to hold PG&E accountable for that fire in 2018. You're going to decriminalize everything, but regulate nothing. You're going to prioritize the craziest shit I've ever seen in my life,' Michaels added.

But Maher refused to concede to her points and instead put forward reasons he thought the governor would made a good president. 

'My thing with Gavin is first of all he can win. First of all I like him. He's really smart. Is he a politician? Yes. Is he slick, good? Slick people win elections. Clinton was slick, Obama was pretty slick,' Maher said.

But

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