Gay Couple Weds In Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Estate

It all began with a joke when two gay men were discussing wedding ceremony venues – “Can you imagine a wedding at Mar-a-Lago?”  they mused.

After holding two galas at Mar-a-Lago in 2020 and 2022, the pro-gay rights group National Log Cabin Republicans decided to investigate whether a wedding there was “in the realm of possibility.”

John Sullivan and Dan Medora contacted Bill White and Bryan Eure, who in turn contacted former President Trump and his staff through Mar-a-Lago pals. The couple’s request was gladly granted. The following day, Mar-a-Lago’s director of food contacted them. “Could we discuss potential dates?” she inquired.

The cherry on top was a quick meeting with Trump the following day while they enjoyed supper with their family. The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) had just ended, and Trump had just returned.

The couple also mentioned that the staff was welcoming and even shared Trump anecdotes with them.

The couple claimed that considering Trump’s history of support for the LGBT community, they were not shocked that he gave his blessing to their wedding.

According to Sullivan, Trump has made history by being the first president to campaign on a platform that supports same-sex marriage. He has also appointed Richard Grenell, the first openly gay member of a White House cabinet, and multiple openly gay judges.

Those close to them who disagreed with them politically or who had heard that Trump was a “terrible” guy who “hates gay people” found the experience illuminating, they added.

Witnessing the deconstruction of the narrative that some individuals harbored was genuinely remarkable. For years, they had been led to believe that President Trump is a cruel and hateful man who despises the LGBT community.

Ironically, they have encountered hatred from the homosexual left since their wedding, they added.

Going to Mar-a-Lago made them persona non grata.