Tiffany Trump finally tied the knot with her billionaire boyfriend Michael Boulos at Mar-a-Lago over the weekend. The happy couple exchanged vows at Donald Trump‘s compound just days after the ex-president saw his political fortunes crumble in last Tuesday’s midterms and Hurricane Nicole swept across Florida’s Atlantic coast.

Related: Tiffany Trump “flipping out” as Hurricane Nicole barrels towards Mar-a-Lago ahead of wedding day

On Instagram, Ivanka, who was Tiffany’s maid of honor, posted several photos from the wedding, including a group pic of herself, the bride, Melania, Eric’s wife Lara, and Tiffany’s mother Marla Maples all dressed in pastels. Cropped out of the photo was Don Jr.’s fiance Kimberly Guilfoyle, who many have noted was dressed like a bat in a black dress with puffy leg of mutton sleeves and dark eye shadow.

It’s hard not to interpret Ivanka cropping Guilfoyle out of the family photo as anything other than a slight to her future sister-in-law. Perhaps she was pissed that Kim didn’t stick to the color palette? As we all know, optics, for Ivanka, are everything.

Whatever her rationale, Twitter certainly took notice. Here’s what people are saying…

Others have been remarking on how Ivanka wore an almost identical replica of the iconic blue chiffon gown worn by Grace Kelly in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1955 mystery/romance To Catch A Thief.


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Here’s what folx are saying about that…

In other Trump news, Donald Trump is still expected to announce his 2024 bid for president at Mar-a-Lago tomorrow despite being urged by Republicans, conservative media outlets, and even some aides to postpone following last week’s disastrous midterms, which many in the party blame him for.

Top Trump advisor Jason Miller, who worked on his 2016 and 2020 campaigns, confirmed on Friday that the announcement will happen as planned, telling Steve Bannon, “President Trump is going to announce on Tuesday that he’s running for president. And it’s going to be a very professional, very buttoned-up announcement.”

The Hill reports:

There are some in Trump’s orbit who also believe the former president wants to declare his candidacy before a potential indictment comes down over his mishandling of classified information after he left the White House. If he is actively running for president, the Justice Department would face some difficult decisions about how to proceed with bringing charges, though Trump’s allies are sure to claim that any indictment is politically motivated regardless. Trump in an interview over the summer denied investigations into his conduct were motivating a possible third White House bid.

Related: Looks like Trump’s “big announcement” next week is ruined and–oh crap!–now Merrick Garland’s back

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