Trump brags that marriages at Mar-a-Lago never end in divorce

 April 1, 2024

Former President Donald Trump just revealed the secret to a marriage that is guaranteed to never end in divorce -- get married at his Mar-a-Lago estate.

According to PageSix, Trump recently attended the rehearsal dinner and afterparty for his friends Jarod and Alexa Malnik’s wedding, which was held at his Palm Beach-based luxury resort.

Aside from the bride and groom, Trump was the star of the party, and made sure to brag on Mar-a-Lago's history of cementing divorce-free marriages.

"This is a great couple," Trump, 77, told guests in attendance. "Nobody gets divorced ever when they get married at Mar-a-Lago. People, 20 years later, say it’s the greatest marriage ever."

Sources for the report revealed that the guests in attendance at the pre-wedding event began chanting the former president's last name after his speech. He also posed for photos with the guests and the newlywed couple.

It was also noted that Trump married their wife, Melania, at Mar-a-Lago in 2005.

PageSix noted:

The next day, the bride and groom tied the knot at the sprawling property in front of music executive Russell Simmons, boxing promoter Don King, actor Gianni Russo and Haute Living CEO Kamal Hotchandani, among others.

The couple spared no expense for the wedding experience at Mar-a-Lago, which included being married in front of numerous celebrities and business titans.

They reportedly worked with renowned wedding planner Carrie Zack to plan the entire celebration, which included "white florals, crystal decor and gold accents."

They chose to enlist their beloved dogs as "flower girls" for the wedding, which was reportedly well received by the guests.

PageSix added:

Following the ceremony, the newlyweds celebrated their nuptials with a grand reception, during which DJ Slim of Rock With U spun tunes and attendees dined on beef Wellington and other delicacies.

Legendary music executive Russel Simmons shared a tribute to the newlywed couple on his Instagram page following the lavish wedding ceremonies.

"So happy to share this evening with these life long friends.. reminds me of an important fact about my life.. i have made /earned friendships from all over the world ...if i die tomorrow many people from all over :. will see-my daughters and say "i loved your father "  that is a piece of my EARNED legacy.. loving people has been easy to do has been a privilege and a blessing ... NOTE to the bride and groom thank you for including me the groom i knew and loved your mother and father before u were born ...if u can love and take care of your family as they did you will be amazing," he wrote.

The three-day Mar-a-Lago wedding experience was capped on Sunday with a brunch for family and friends.