President Donald Trump Attends Katie Waldman and Stephen Miller Wedding

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Senior advisor for policy, STEPHEN MILLER marries KATIE WALDMAN, Press Secretary. Miller works as a senior advisor for policy for President Trump.

Katie Waldman

The White House said that President Trump was at Trump International Hotel for the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Miller. Although the White House did not tell the name of the bride, Miller engaged to Katie Waldman. Katie has been serving as a press secretary for the vice president, Mike Pence, since 1 October 2019.

The president made an unexpected trip to the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC, on Sunday night after landing at Andrews Air Force Base. He attended the wedding after coming back from his trip to the Daytona 500 race and went through two hours at the ceremony and celebration.

Both Katie Waldman and Stephen Miller are of Jewish ancestry, having descended from immigrants to the US. Rabbi Aryeh Lightstone directed the wedding, a senior adviser to US ambassador to Israel David Friedman, as per the New York Times.
Trump said that he was the only one who could have a damn wedding in the middle of the weekend of Presidents Day. He was sure it had not affected anybody there. It was a joke, according to Philip Wegmann, from Real Clear Politics.

Reince Priebus, former White House chief of staff, also attends the wedding. He tweeted a picture of the Millers on Twitter and said that spectacular and very special wedding that day with the new bride and groom Stephen and Katie Miller. So much fun and still going with ⁦Donald Trump⁩ having fun, and the band was going strong.

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