Despite all his scandal and legal peril these days, disgraced former President Donald Trump is still doing his best to live it up at his equally scandal-ridden Mar-A-Lago resort, every chance he gets.
In video footage posted to Twitter by popular user and former Republican federal prosecutor Ron Filipkowski, that went a bit viral across the platform, the washed-up former guy can be seen “crashing” a wedding that was being held at his Palm Beach estate.
Paying homage to the countless video clips we’ve seen just like this one, where Trump seems to all but intrude on a couple’s nuptials, Filipkowski captioned the footage, “The Wedding Crasher strikes again.” In this particular clip, Trump is seen addressing the wedding guests as he brags about his golf club and compliments the “beautiful bride.” What made it even weirder still, was the fact that the big guy was awkwardly clinging to the bride’s hand pretty much the entire time he was talking.
See for yourself:
The Wedding Crasher strikes again. pic.twitter.com/vKfqnMqUj3
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) February 27, 2023
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It’s unclear when the wedding took place or whether Donald was personally invited to the affair, but let’s be frank, a lack of an invite has never stopped him before.
Social media had all the thoughts:
Goddamn that’s awful.
— Gregory Knight (@gregsart) February 28, 2023
Why the hell do people marry at Mar-a-Lago …….?????
— hk..i (@longshipdriver) February 27, 2023
I’m assuming people that book their weddings there want him to crash it.
It’s all gross, from him crashing the wedding to the guests fawning over him.
— KalliJo (@kallijo68) February 27, 2023
The cult leader has his rights. pic.twitter.com/EskcoDhiUw
— BigHornStew (@BigHornStew) February 27, 2023
She looks thrilled
— Jodie💙💛♈️☮️ (@JodiePP1948) February 27, 2023
So weird. So weird.
— Chris D. Jackson (@ChrisDJackson) February 27, 2023
This is a pretty common occurrence for Trump at his various properties, as Newsweek reported that a now discontinued brochure from his New Jersey club once advertised, “If he 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.”
Featured image via screen capture