What to Know
- It wasn't the first time Donald Trump crashed a wedding at his golf course
- According to the Post, the club used to have a brochure mentioning the businessman might make surprise appearances at wedding parties
- Trump received a mostly positive response from the guests over the weekend
It might be time for President Trump to add "wedding crasher" to his expanding curriculum vitae.
The Republican briefly showed up at a wedding reception at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf course Saturday, posing for photos with guests, shaking hands and, according to one tweet, dancing with the bride.
According to CNN, Trump had just held a news conference with Japan's prime minister and couldn't resist dropping in on the nuptials of Kristen Piatkowski and Tucker Gladhill.
Trump received a mostly positive response from the guests, with some yelling out, "Looking good, Donald." The crowd then chanted "USA, USA," as he left the room.
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The president had spent the weekend at the Bedminster golf club and was in town for a major fundraiser for a Republican congressman who helped revive the party's push to dismantle the U.S. health care law.
Trump has been known to stop in on weddings held at the golf club in the past. The club even had a brochure at one point mentioning the businessman might make a surprise appearance at weddings. According to The New York Post, that brochure has been discontinued.