Outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump and “Fox & Friends” weekend cohost Pete Hegseth is having a wedding that will no doubt be triggering plenty of leftists suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome.
The former military member is marrying Fox Nation producer Jennifer Rauchet at the Trump National Golf Club Colts Neck in New Jersey.
Hegseth, an Iraq war veteran, posted a picture from the Thursday wedding rehearsal where he and Rauchet are in a golf cart with their children. Both are wearing MAGA-style hats. Their hats in the photo read, “Make Weddings Great Again.”
“Today was wedding rehearsal day…and it went, well, slightly as planned. #chaos #blessed #bride,” Hegseth captioned the photo.
President Donald Trump has made appearances before at weddings that take place at his golf courses, so there is a chance he could make an appearance at Hegseth’s Friday wedding.
Hegseth and Rauchet reportedly met through their work at Fox. They have a child together and each have three children from previous marriages.
Hegseth is a rising star at Fox News and he has been quoted multiple times by Trump on Twitter. Hegseth is an advocate for veterans and his advocacy work has often earned him media attention and criticism from the left.
He previously advocated for presidential pardons for a handful of military service members accused of war crimes.
“I was tasked with releasing Iraqi men who we knew had American blood on their hands. The lawyers told us we had to,” Hegseth wrote in an op-ed defending his position on the issue. “Did we think about taking justice into our own hands? Sure we did. The only thing that keeps me up at night is wondering whether those jihadists went on to kill Americans.”
The veteran continued, “We send men to fight on our behalf, and too often second-guess the manner in which they fight. Count me out on the Monday morning quarterbacking — I’m with the American warfighter, all the way.”
He added, “There may be a few deranged combat troops, and they will get their due. Yet, too often, when warfighters come home they are second-guessed. Prosecuted by lawyers who never left their air-conditioned offices or politicians with ulterior motives.”
Hegseth also often uses his position at Fox to highlight American veterans.
He recently joined 30 Navy SEALs to swim the Hudson River.
Source: Fox News
“We finished (me, barely!). What an honor. Humbling to watch America’s best make it look easy — for a great cause (@GIGoFund!),” the Fox host tweeted after the charitable event.
He later said about the event on “Fox & Friends,” “Well, I’m in awe of these guys and what they do and how many of them left it all on the battlefield.”
Though he admitted to struggling with the swim, knowing that the special forces military members were honoring fallen soldiers made him swallow potential complaints and push through the pain.
“It makes the risk I take jumping into the Hudson River nothing,” Hegseth said. “Nothing compared to what these guys do, and what guys are doing right now across the globe to keep us free.”
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