Donald Trump set aside his anger over the Republican midterm election loss this weekend while daughter Tiffany Trump married billionaire heir Michael Boulos in a lavish wedding. Looked.
The former US president led the toast and joined her in the “Here Comes the Sun” dance Saturday night at the swanky Mar-a-Lago Resort in Palm Beach.
The video footage, which was obtained exclusively by Page Six, shows Donald, 76, and Tiffany, 29, at a reception, as politicians chat with newlyweds, playing the classic Beatles hit. is shown swinging.
Donald, who took Tiffany down the aisle, also gave a speech to the happy couple and said to Boulos: Without a doubt, you are a special person and well beyond your age. I’ve seen him deal with very big people. . . you are a great couple and you had a great day today. “
Donald also brought up the weather that was predicted to rain for Hurricane Nicole. There are,” he said.
“They were worried about the rain,” said the “Celebrity Apprentice” alum during the toast. “They said, ‘Doctor, we’re going to build a big tent over the pool.’ It’s a matter of who wants to spend money and two, it’s not the same and I said, “Take your chance, Tiff?”
He said of the good weather, “I think it’s symbolic for you and your life and we’re so proud of you both. Hope you have a great life together.”
But the hurricane wasn’t the only thing that passed before the wedding. A source previously said Donald was “grumpy” after the interim results and that his friends were wondering “how social he would be at Tiffany’s wedding.”
But “Trump was feeling great,” the source said.
Tiffany’s mother, Marla Maples, also gave a speech to the happy couple and, at one point, thanked her ex-husband with whom she was married from 1993 to 1999.
“I want to thank you for your wonderful dad, Donald, and the beautiful Melania. [Trump] And the whole family has been close to Tiffany over the years,” she said. “It’s been a bit of a tough road for everyone, but the warmth we all share is what keeps this family together. If we stick together and work together, we can keep the world together.”
“Let’s keep this love together and keep our hearts as one. Let’s step into the world and find out that one day our love alone can change the world. We can do it.” She continued, adding, “Donald, you might have to do a little more.”
The lavish wedding included members of the Trump family, including Melania and son Barron, Ivanka and Jared Kushner, Eric and Lara, Don Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Donald’s seldom-seen sister Elizabeth Trump Grau. Several members of the were in attendance.
According to sources, Jonathan “Foodgod” Cheban, artist Alec Monopoly and David Einhorn, owner of Papi Steak in Miami, as well as other Trump aides and casino moguls. Steve Wynn was also present.
“There were no politicians at all,” the insider added.
Tiffany wore designer Elie Saab for the ceremony, which included a giant floral design, and changed to an off-the-shoulder look for the reception.
She and Boulos performed their first dance to King Harvest’s song “Dancing in the Moonlight,” followed by a version of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love.” twirl before dancing slowly.
The white frosted wedding cake towered eight tiers high and was adorned with white flowers, as seen in a photo obtained exclusively by Page Six. Dancers with white frills also appeared.
Boulos grew up in Lagos, Nigeria. His family owns a multi-billion dollar corporate conglomerate. He studied project management in London.
He proposed in January 2021 in the White House Rose Garden with a 13-carat, $1.2 million ring.
The pair met in Mykonos in 2018 when Tiffany was vacationing with Lindsay Lohan.