Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump’s daughter from his marriage with Marla Maples, tied the knot with Michael Boulos, a Lebanese-American businessman, on Saturday. The wedding ceremony took place at the former president’s Mar-a-Lago resort, which was subject to an FBI raid in August this year.

Tiffany and Boulous met when the former went on a vacation to Mykonos, Greece with Lindsay Lohan. It was in Lohan’s club that the two first met each other. The couple got engaged in January 2021.

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Here is a picture of the duo Tiffany had shared on Instagram a year after their engagement:

In a similar vein to Trump, Boulos too is an heir to a business empire. His father, Massad Boulos, runs the companies Boulos Enterprises and SCOA Nigeria. Massad Boulos is a billionaire and had contested elections in Lebanon back in 2018.

Massad Boulos is a Trump supporter, who had told Daily Mail in an interview after his son got engaged to the former US President’s daughter, “It’s great news, it’s been an amazing love story and it will continue to be… This is just one chapter that they’re starting now on a long journey of hopefully love and prosperity.” In regards to Donald Trump, Boulos had said that he is “the best president in recent US history; and the one with the biggest achievements by far.”

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The wedding was also attended by Donald Trump’s wife, Melania, and his daughter, Ivanka. Marla Maples has shared a video of her daughter’s life till date in photographs on Instagram with the caption, “Tiffany Ariana: Once I held you in my arms • Now as I watch you move forward with love • know you’ll always be my baby, now and beyond your wedding day Love, Mom”.

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On the political front, Donald Trump is on a backfoot after the Republican Party failed to generate the “red wave” they had expected in the midterm elections. A number of GOP candidates, including Dr. Mehmet Oz, who endorsed by the former President, ended up losing to their Democratic counterparts.