Trump takes a break to crash a wedding while on 17-day 'working vacation'

Donald Trump on his way to spend 17 days at his golf resort in Bedminton, N.J. (Photo: Getty Images)

Donald Trump began a self-declared 17-day “working vacation” on Friday. He claimed he will be taking minutes and phone calls while squeezing in rounds of golf at his Trump National golf club. All this despite being a vocal critic of sitting presidents taking vacations.



Nevertheless, his presence was felt almost immediately at the Bedminster, N.J., resort as Trump crashed a wedding taking place there.


Trump ambled over to the wedding party outfitted in his red “Make America Great Again” cap and white golf shirt. Video captured and shared online shows him asking the guests, “Everyone having a good time?” Folks gathered around him seemed enthusiastic and happy about the executive interruption. Other photos and video were captured but in the hours since being shared online, few remain available to view.

Vocal supporters of Trump have called the wedding visit proof that he is the president of the people, while detractors point out that working vacations in golf apparel don’t seem like working vacations at all. The debate will surely continue as long he is in office.



This isn’t the first time a wedding has received the gilded Trump stamp of approval. He did the same thing at the same location in June, surprising bride and groom Kristen and Tucker Gladhill.

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