Ivanka Trump Humiliates Kimberly Guilfoyle With Photo

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Whenever you hear the word “drama” you immediately think – what a waste of time. In reality drama is an utter waste of time. Speaking of drama, some was recently reported at Tiffany Trump’s wedding. In case you didn’t know, Tiffany is related to Donald Trump, former US President, best friend of Kayne West “Ye”, and star of WWE WrestleMania IV and V.


According to The Cut, there is nothing to warm the heart in these cold winter months like petty Trump family drama. Really. A hot turkey or chicken dinner begs to differ.

Over the weekend, a warm nugget unfolded at the wedding of Donald Trump’s only non-indicted adult child, Tiffany Trump. Tiffany (named after the jewelry company) married businessman Michael Boulos this past Saturday at Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Florida multi-million dollar resort dwelling.

Despite the threat of a hurricane turned tropical storm headed straight for the resort and the former President reportedly being very grumpy over the outcome of the midterms, the wedding / show went on. Donald, star of (WWE WrestleMania IV and V), walked his daughter down the aisle and a confusing interpretation of Eyes Wide Shut was performed. What? However, there was one apparent hitch in the weekend’s events – Everyone in the bridal party wore pastels or metallics, while Donald Trump Jr.’s fiancée, Kimberly Guilfoyle, showed up in black. There’s always one, and she had to be the one. What a fashion nitwit.

It’s unclear if there was a dress code, or if other members of Tiffany’s bridal party followed the many unspoken restrictions of wedding clothing (Ivanka, for example, was wearing an exact replica of a Grace Kelly dress) At least one member of the Trump royal family appeared not to appreciate Guilfoyle’s choice – Tiffany’s maid of honor Ivanka, who cropped Guilfoyle out of her social-media posts congratulating her half-sister.

When you start chopping people out of photographs you know the claws have come out. Personally, I wouldn’t have wanted to be there. Not that I would have been there in the first place. Just saying. But honestly, keep family drama private. There’s no need to make a big deal out of such a small issue.