Crasher In Chief! President Trump Surprises Wedding Party During Bedminster Trip

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President Trump is spending his 200th day in office at his New Jersey country club and wants the world to know he is  working while on vacation.

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“Working hard from New Jersey while White House goes through long planned renovation,” he tweeted Monday.

On Saturday, he first called his time at the Bedminster club “not a vacation.”

Trump did fulfill his role as crasher in chief by again surprising a wedding taking place at the country club over the weekend.

The president appeared in a great mood as he took selfies with guests.

Trump’s daughter, Tiffany, had her own wedding to go to in Manhattan with fellow guests, Bill and Hillary Clinton. 

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The president’s time away from Washington has also seen the launch of a "news" channel on Trump’s Facebook page last week.

Political commentator Kayleigh McEnany quit CNN recently and now appears on the Trump channel.

Trump says he battling "fake news" with the show, which features guests and commentators including his daughter-in-law, former Inside Edition producer Lara Trump, who kicked off the channel Wednesday, calling it "the real news."

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