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'The View' host Ana Navarro compares Tiffany Trump's wedding to 'MAGA funeral'

'The View' hosts addressed the extravagant wedding, which took place on November 12, 2022, extensively in the most recent episode
'The View' host Ana Navarro had some strong opinions about Tiffany Trump's wedding to Michael Boulos (Youtube/The View, and Instagram/@tiffanytrump)
'The View' host Ana Navarro had some strong opinions about Tiffany Trump's wedding to Michael Boulos (Youtube/The View, and Instagram/@tiffanytrump)

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: 'The View' host Ana Navarro didn't pass up the opportunity to provide her opinion on Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos' weekend wedding while it is still the talk of the town on the latest episode of the show. The political strategist didn't hold back when she compared the extravagant wedding to a "MAGA funeral."

'The View's November 14 episode addressed Tiffany's wedding, which took place on November 12, 2022, extensively. The panel, which included Navarro, Alyssa Farah Griffin, Sunny Hostin, and Sara Haines, discussed how Ivanka Trump cropped Kimberly Guilfoyle, the fiancée of Donald Trump Jr, out of pictures from the wedding in an Instagram post, but later included the full photo with Kimberly in her Instagram Story.


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As reported by AceShowbiz, the women assumed it was because Kimberly's black dress didn't match the color tone of the gowns the other family members were wearing. Former Donald Trump White House assistant Alyssa remarked, "I stand with Ivanka on this. Kimberly didn't understand the assignment."

She continued weighing in, "It's a Florida wedding in November. All the women clearly knew what the palette was, what the look was, and she was dressed like she was going to a MAGA funeral or something. I'm gonna be honest, I probably would have cropped her too," adding that the design of her dress made it look like "she was ready to take flight."


Ana, a political strategist, disagreed. "Maybe it's completely the opposite. Maybe she did get the assignment because it was a MAGA funeral," she said, as the audience cheered and clapped at Anna's comment.

Sara defended Kimberly's choice of outfit. "Don't you think there's something to be said for, New Yorkers wear black to everything?" she asked, adding, "She spent a lot of time in New York." Her co-host Alyssa wasn't into the theory, saying Sara was "stretching it."

Meanwhile, Sunny praised Tiffany, who has often been criticized in the past. "Tiffany looks fantastic," she said of the bride's look. She added, "They used to always come down on her as the unattractive Trump. She was the cute Trump."

Donald Trump walked his daughter Tiffany down the aisle (Instagram/@tiffanytrump)

Tiffany married Boulos at the family's Mar-a-Lago resort following Tropical Storm Nicole's passage through Florida and just days before her father Donald is anticipated to declare his 2024 presidential election campaign, according to People.

Tiffany's husband is the heir of Boulos Enterprises and her father-in-law Massad Boulos has automotive distribution and assembly business in Nigeria.

The couple, who had been dating since 2018, announced their engagement in 2021. Tiffany's half-siblings Ivanka, Donald Jr, Eric, and Barron, as well as Tiffany's mother Marla Maples, attended the celebration.

Despite the fact that Donald was said to be in a foul mood following the midterm elections as "he has been upset and ranting like a raging bull for the past couple of days," according to People, Maples claimed they tapped him for traditional fatherly duties with the wedding festivities, such as walking his daughter down the aisle and taking part in a father-daughter dance.