A video grab shows Donald Trump with Nicole Marie and PJ Mongelli in New Jersey.
US President Donald Trump surprised a bride and groom at their wedding in New Jersey. Trump blessed them.
Trump was in his golf resort at Bedminster golf club.
The president showed up suddenly at the wedding party of Nicole Marie and PJ Mongelli, which was in full swing.
The couple is an admirer of the president.
A video appeared on social platforms showing Trump calling the couple. They then took photos with the president. The bride also hugged Trump.
Trump congratulated the newlywed couple and wished them a happy life.
The video of the event has gone viral.
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