The United States President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump marked their 15th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, 22 January, and the couple received a lot of congratulatory messages.
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The White House took to its official Instagram page to congratulate the 45th and current president of the United States.
According to Yahoo News, Trump and Melania met at a party organised by a mutual friend Paolo Zampolli in September 1998 for New York Fashion Week.
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This was before Trump had finalised his divorce from his second wife, Marla Maples.
Trump proposed to Melania at the 2004 Met Gala with a 12-carat ring that was reportedly valued at $1.5 million dollars.
The duo got married at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida on 22 January, 2005.
Reacting to the Trumps' wedding anniversary, Lisa Beaufeaux-Loduha on Facebook said: "Funny if this was the Obama' wedding anniversary you would be gushing all over it. Happy Anniversary to our wonderful patriotic President Trump and fabulous First Lady!!"
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Mary McDonald said: "Happy Fifteenth Anniversary! Love you both, and thank you for all that you do on behalf of our beloved country!"
Tina Cox Wilson said: "My prediction is within a year of the end of his presidency, she leaves him . She never seems happy, especially with him."
Shane Cox said: "Happy anniversary POTUS and FLOTUS. Praying of continued blessing over your marriage. Good and bad, I admire your commitment to each other."
An Instagram user identified as Jack Cummins prayed for the Trumps on the occasion of their 15th wedding anniversary.
He said: "Happy 15th Wedding Anniversary, President and Mrs. Trump. God’s continued Grace, Peace, Wisdom, and Blessing be upon you and yours.
Briefly.co.za reported that actor Robert De Niro spoke against a second term for President Trump during his SAG Lifetime Achievement Award acceptance speech.
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