The View Co-Hosts Weigh In On Tiffany Trump's Wedding

Tiffany Trump's wedding to Michael Boulos on November 12 was one of the most talked-about events this week. The couple got married at the family's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida surrounded by family and friends, per People. Tiffany and her mother Marla Maples both wore an Elie Saab gown to honor Boulos' Lebanese background, while Ivanka Trump wore a flowing, blue dress. On Instagram, she wrote, "When I was 12 years old my dream of having a baby sister came true! From the first moment I held @tiffanytrump in my arms and looked into those big, kind, curious blue eyes I was smitten."

As reported by Us Weekly, members of Tiffany's bridal party also wore blue, which appeared to be the theme of the wedding. Donald Trump Jr. posted on Instagram, "Great time with the Smurfs at Tiffany's wedding yesterday. The little one[s] were all in it and were perfect... not that there was ever any doubt." However, what one Trump family member wore was a stark contrast to the pastel colors, and the co-hosts of "The View" had something to say about it.

Co-hosts of The View slam Donald Trump Jr.'s fiancee for wearing black

Ivanka Trump created a buzz when she shared a series of pictures of her half-sister Tiffany Trump's wedding on Twitter, and apparently cropped out Donald Trump Jr's fiancee, Kimberly Guilfoyle. Page Six shared a snap of the original picture with Guilfoyle standing next to Ivanka, wearing a black dress that stood out against the light colors of the other women.

Co-host of "The View," Alyssa Farah Griffin, speculated why Ivanka may have cropped out her brother's fiancee. "I stand with Ivanka on this. Kimberly didn't understand the assignment. It's a Florida wedding in November. All the women clearly knew what the palette was, what the look was, and she was dressed like she was going to a MAGA funeral or something," Griffin stated. Meanwhile, Ana Navarro joked, "Maybe it's completely the opposite. Maybe she did get the assignment because it was a MAGA funeral."

Former President Donald Trump was reportedly spotted looking grumpy over the weekend following the midterm elections, per the New York Post. A source told the publication that Trump was "really upset" about Dr. Mehmet Oz losing the Senate race to John Fetterman. Trump, who was an endorser of Oz, may have been glum over the Republicans' losses during the midterm elections. Still, the former president apparently rallied and as Page Six reports, he gave a touching speech, followed by a father-daughter dance at Tiffany's wedding.

The View's Sunny Hostin compliments Tiffany Trump

Although the cohosts of "The View" slammed Kimberly Guilfoyle's dress, Sunny Hostin praised Tiffany Trump's look on her wedding day. Per Decider, the cohost stated, "Tiffany looks fantastic. They used to always come down on her as the unattractive Trump. She was the cute Trump." Tiffany, who is 12 years younger than her half-sister Ivanka Trump, has often been compared to the former model. However, Tiffany has created her own style over the years and is often seen wearing bold colors and sequins, per Yahoo! Finance.

While Ivanka wore more daring outfits in the past, she's dressed more conservatively since her father became president. For Tiffany's wedding, Ivanka channeled another classic blonde beauty, Grace Kelly, per WWD. Ivanka's flowing blue dress made by Galia Lahav was inspired by the late movie star's Grecian-style dress in "To Catch a Thief." Her breathtaking gown perfectly complimented Tiffany's crystal-studded, A-line dress as she served as a bridesmaid for her sister's big day.

Tiffany and Ivanka Trump are close

While Ivanka lived in close proximity to Donald Trump in New York City, Tiffany grew up in California with her mother, Marla Maples, per Vanity Fair. Her distance from her father caused her not to be as close to him as Ivanka. However, there are no competitive feelings between the two sisters and Tiffany often looks up to Ivanka and listens to her advice.

Despite their distance growing up, the two developed a close bond. In 2016, Ivanka told People, "We would see each other on all of the holidays and talk to each other frequently. She's my little sister! I've been close to Tiffany her whole life, and I really love her." However, Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen revealed some underlying tension between the sisters in his book, "Disloyal: A Memoir" (via The Mercury News). "I ... really felt for Tiffany and the way she was treated. The pecking order of the kids was painfully apparent. Trump was very specific about his views on the importance of female beauty in measuring the value of women, including his own family," he wrote.

Trump's alleged favoritism towards Ivanka was also called out by his former executive assistant, Madeleine Westerhout, per People. She reportedly claimed that Trump thought Tiffany was "overweight" and didn't like taking pictures with her. However, Westerhout later apologized. Amid all the comparisons to her older sister, it appears that Tiffany and Ivanka have managed to remain as thick as thieves.