President Trump Crashes a Wedding at His NJ Golf Club – VIDEO

Before Saturday President Donald Trump was not known as a “professional wedding crasher.” Kristen Platkoski and Tucker Gladhill got the surprise of a lifetime. President Trump crashes a wedding at The Trump National Golf Club in NJ on Saturday, according to the New York Post.

Trump took time to shake hands with the guests at the wedding. Some of them were able to post some photos on social media.

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It may come as a surprise that this is not the first time Trump has surprised people at a wedding. In February, Trump and Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe stopped by a wedding at Mar-a-Lago in Florida. According to CNN, Trump “found it impossible to resist dropping by on a nearby wedding reception.”

At one point the New Jersey golf club had a portion of their brochure that indicated Trump would stop by the reception if he was around.

The brochure said:

​”​If [Trump] is on-site for your big day, he will likely stop in & congratulate the happy couple. He may take some photos with you but we ask you and your guests to be respectful of his time & privacy.”

Here is video of President Trump’s appearance at the wedding at the golf club in Bedminster, NJ.

President Trump Crashes a Wedding

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