Trump's part-time wedding MC gig

He's been the leader of the free world for just under a month, but President Trump has yet to give up his part-time gig as a wedding MC.

Trump's part-time wedding MC gig

Trump's part-time wedding MC gig

Having spent a majority of weekends since his inauguration at his Mar-a-Lago resort, President Trump decided to stop by a wedding being held at the sprawling Florida estate and toast the happy couple.

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Trump congratulates the happy couple. Source: Instagram

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The President made a speech after dropping in on the wedding. Source: Instagram

In a video shared to Twitter and Instagram, the President can be heard wishing the newlyweds "love and success and everything that goes with it" as he shakes hands with the groom and addresses the crowd gathering around them.

Trump took time out in between hosting the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe and handling a national security matter in full-view of the public to attend the ceremony, at what is being dubbed his "Winter White House".

“I said, come on Shinzo, let’s go over and say hello,” he said at the start the impromptu speech before adding, "I know both families very, very well. They’ve been members of this club for a long time. They’ve paid me a fortune."

"It's an honour to be with you and you really are special, beautiful couple," Trump continues while an avid supporter can be heard yelling out "Make America great again" as he wrapped up his speech.

The groom's family had donated to Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. Source: Instagram

However they weren't complete strangers to the President, with The Huffington Post reporting the groom's family donated US$500,000 to Trump's 2016 campaign.

The video of Trump's wedding toast comes after it was revealed he had turned the terrace of his mansion into "open air situation room" after he was informed North Korea had launched a missile while dining with the Japanese PM.

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Diners who witnessed Trump being briefed about the situation were quick to share photos to social media.

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Social media users shared photos of the President being briefed. Source: Facebook

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Trump had just been told about North Korea's missile launch. Source: Facebook

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