President Trump crashes wedding party in New Jersey – THE CROWD REACTION IS EPIC (VIDEO)

Trump crashes wedding

President Trump has just become the world’s most famous wedding crasher. The commander-in-chief left the White House Friday to spend the weekend at the Trump National Golf Club and Resort in Bedminster, New Jersey. While there, he learned of a wedding party being held on the grounds. What he did next was caught on video, and it has gone viral.

Trump dropped in on the wedding party, greeting the bride and guests. Guests attending the party, upon seeing the President, broke into chants of “USA!” as the President seemed pleased with the reaction.

Marketwatch has more on what happens when President Trump crashes a wedding party.

He’s the Crasher-in-Chief.

President Donald Trump crashed Kristen Piatkowski and Tucker Gladhill’s wedding at his Bedminster, N.J., golf club on Saturday night, dancing with the bride and groom and shaking hands with guests.

Trump is well known for joining wedding parties at this resorts.

In February, he and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dropped in on a wedding reception at Trump’s private resort in Florida, Mar-a-Lago, after the first national security crisis of his young administration.

Trump’s joining nuptial ceremonies is so routine, in fact, that a now-discontinued brochure from the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster once touted that his likely appearance was a added feature of booking a wedding there.

“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,” the brochure said.

Here is video of Trump entering the wedding reception, tweeted out by CNN reporter Ashley Killough.

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