'Have a great life together': Donald Trump gives a toast and dances with daughter Tiffany at her wedding
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: On the weekend of his daughter Tiffany Trump's extravagant wedding to Lebanese billionaire heir Michael Boulos, Donald Trump appeared to put aside any resentment over the GOP's midterm election defeats. The former US president made a toast and joined Tiffany for a father-daughter dance to 'Here Comes the Sun' on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at the family's opulent Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
A video captured at the celebration showed Donald, 76, and Tiffany, 29, dancing to the iconic Beatles song as the politician spoke to his daughter, according to video footage obtained exclusively by Page Six. In his address to the happy couple, Donald — who had accompanied Tiffany down the aisle — told Boulos, "Michael you better take care of her. No doubt, you are a special person and you are way beyond your years. I have seen him dealing with very big people. . . You are just two spectacular people and this was a beautiful day.”
Donald also mentioned the weather, which was expected to be cloudy and rainy because of Hurricane Nicole. The club had to be evacuated earlier in the week and local airports were shuttered because of concerns that it might impact Palm Beach, according to sources who had previously informed Page Six that Tiffany was "flipping out." “They were worried about rain,” the 'Celebrity Apprentice' alum said during his toast. “They said, ‘Sir, we are going to build a big tent over the pool.’ I don’t want a tent because if you build a tent two things: Number one, it costs a lot of money. Who wants to spend the money? And two, it’s just not the same. And I said, ‘Let’s take our chances, right Tiff?’” He added of the good weather, “I think it’s emblematic for you and your life and we are very proud of both of you. Have a great life together.”
But other things also happened before the wedding, besides the hurricane. After the midterm results, sources earlier reported that Donald was in "a bad mood" and that his friends were worried about "how gregarious he'll be at Tiffany's wedding." After the wedding, another source told Page Six that "Trump was in a great mood."
Marla Maples, Tiffany's mother, also gave a speech to the delighted pair during which she thanked her ex-husband, to whom she was married from 1993 until 1999. “I just want to thank your wonderful father, Donald, and the beautiful Melania [Trump] and all the family for holding so close to Tiffany throughout the years,” she said.
“It’s been a bit of a ride for everyone, but the warmth you all share together is what holds this family together. If we all stay strong together, we’re going to help hold the world together." She continued, “Let’s hold this love together, let’s hold our hearts together, and let’s just step out in the world and know we can change the world one day at a time with just our love. We can do it,” she added, “Donald, you may have to do a little more.”