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President Trump crashes another wedding in New Jersey; surprised guests post the fun on social media

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President Donald Trump surprised wedding guests at his golf club in Bedminster, NJ. (Image: screengrab)

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President Donald Trump is becoming a regular wedding crasher, this time dropping by the nuptials of another young couple at his National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Trump, who was playing golf on Saturday, decided to say hello to a couple who got married at his golf club.

“Is everyone having a good time?” he asked the happy guests, who were stunned by the unexpected visit from the president of the United States.

Video from Philadelphia’s Action News shows the president hopping out of his golf cart to greet the wedding party.

Trump was wearing his signature red “Make America Great Again” cap while he posed for photos and schmoozed with the thrilled guests.

Guests later posted photos of the encounter on Instagram. No matter what your political affiliation, it’s just cool to have a POTUS crash your party.

President Trump is taking a 17-day working vacation at his golf club in New Jersey as the White House’s West Wing undergoes construction and air-conditioning repairs.

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(Images: Caroline Maeh/Instagram and Caroline Hoffman/Instagram)
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(Image: Steven Wigrizer/Instagram)

This isn’t the first time President Trump has made a surprise appearance at a wedding. In June 2017, Trump crashed the wedding reception of Kristen and Tucker Gladhill at his Bedminster golf club.

The Gladhills were honored and delighted by the encounter. “It has been a magical, monumental weekend for us,” the groom gushed.

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Trump crashed Kristen and Tucker Gladhill’s wedding in June. (Photo: BizPac Review screengrab)
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