Trump isn’t letting his most recent arraignment at a DC Federal Court get him down but instead he is showing strength.

A video that has gone viral on Twitter shows Trump making a surprise appearance at a wedding held at his New Jersey golf club.

As Trump entered the room the entire room erupted in USA USA chants.

Watch the moment it happened here:

Check out what MSN reported:

Just hours after standing before a judge in courtroom accused of attempting to overturn the results of the 2020 election, Donald Trump made a surprise appearance by gatecrashing a couple’s special day at his New Jersey golf club.

Wedding guests captured videos of the former president, who appeared to still be wearing the same suit he had on in court, but without his signature red tie. The 77-year-old businessman can be seen entering the room to cheers, with guests chanting “USA, USA!”

After greeting people, Trump was handed a microphone. He exchanged a few words with the bride and then went on to make an impromptu speech.

Though a lot of what he was actually saying was drowned out by the raucous crowd, one sentiment comes through clearly. He said: “I heard so much about this couple… the bride is totally beautiful.”

Here’s what Fox News reported:

Former President Donald Trump appeared in a federal courtroom Thursday for his arraignment on four felony charges accusing him of trying to overturn the 2020 election results, pleading not guilty in the latest case brought by special counsel Jack Smith.

Trump appeared before a magistrate judge in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., to deny the charges, which are the most serious criminal allegations he is facing. While cameras were not allowed in the courtroom, CBS News reporters were on the scene to document the proceeding.

When the arraignment got underway shortly after 4 p.m., the former president stood to be sworn in, stating his name and age. Judge Moxila Upadhyaya then formally read the charges and reminded him of his rights. He said he understood, and entered his plea of “not guilty.” Smith was present for the hearing, the second time he and Trump have come face to face in a federal courtroom.

The judge agreed to release Trump under the conditions that he not violate federal law and appear in court when required. He is also barred from discussing the facts of the case with any potential witnesses, except through attorneys. The arraignment lasted about a half an hour. The next hearing is set for Aug. 28 before a different judge who will now oversee the case, but Trump will not be required to attend.

Here’s a photo of the bride and groom:

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