A bride and groom certainly got a night to remember when President Donald Trump decided to crash their Saturday night wedding.
Tucker Gladhill and Kristen Piatowski were holding their wedding reception at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, when the president swooped in around 10:30 p.m.
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In video captured of President Trump’s wedding-crashing venture, the president can be heard saying “beautiful bride” before kissing the bride on the cheek.
Trump made surprise stop at wedding reception last night at Bedminster. The crowd broke out into chants of "USA!" (Video obtained by CNN) pic.twitter.com/sfe6zFdOlI— Ashley Killough (@KilloughCNN) June 11, 2017
As Trump filters into the room, a woman screamed, “Looking good, Donald!” as a man elsewhere in the room asked, “Hey, where’s your red hat?”
Another person yelled, “Mr. President, looking good baby!” before the crowd erupted into cheers of “USA! USA! USA!”
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And then it was over.
It appears Trump’s appearance was brief, lasting no more than a couple of minutes.
Prior to Trump’s arrival, guests were unaware the president would be stopping in. It was only when security stepped in to sweep the room that guests started to notice something was up, CNN reported.
Moments later, the president strode in.
Trump was staying at the New Jersey club this weekend, and the White House was largely silent about the president’s weekend activities. Members of the traveling press corps did not have access to the club this weekend and only learned of the wedding crashing when images started to appear on social media.
Trump headlined a private fundraiser at the club Sunday night for Rep. Tom MacArthur, R-New Jersey, before returning to Washington on Sunday night.
The Saturday night nuptials marked the second time President Trump has crashed a wedding since taking office.
In February, Trump crashed the wedding of Nashville socialites Vanessa Falk and Carl Lindner IV. Lindner is the son of Carl Lindner III, who is the co-CEO of a multibillion-dollar investment firm and who donated money to multiple pro-Trump super PACs, according to USA Today.
No word yet on whether Gladhill or Piatowski had ties to Trump PACs.