Donald Trump walks daughter Tiffany down the aisle at Mar-A-Lago

Donald Trump took a break from the restless churn of politics to walk his daughter Tiffany down the aisle at Mar-a-Lago this weekend.

The former president showed his warm side with a heartfelt toast and father-daughter dance, as reported by PageSix.

Trump walks daughter Tiffany down the aisle

The Donald looked spiffy in a black tux as he walked arm-in-arm underneath an elaborate floral arch with his 29-year-old daughter, who is Trump’s only child with second ex-wife Marla Maples.

At the reception, the former president was seen sharing a dance with his daughter to the cheerful Beatles classic Here Comes the Sun. It was a fitting choice of music after Tropical Storm Nicole ended up sparing Tiffany’s big day.

In a toast to the newlyweds, Trump gave his new son-in-law, 25-year-old Lebanese billionaire Michael Boulos, an obligatory ribbing.

“Michael you better take care of her. No doubt, you are a special person and you are way beyond your years. I have seen him dealing with very big people. . . You are just two spectacular people and this was a beautiful day.”

Political storm clouds gather

Trump also had some words about the turn of weather.

“I think it’s emblematic for you and your life and we are very proud of both of you. Have a great life together,” he said.

The newlyweds were engaged last January at the White House Rose Garden at the end of Trump’s term. The groom made a big statement with a $1.2 million ring.

The marriage comes as Donald Trump is expected to declare a 2024 run on Tuesday night at Mar-A-Lago, even as he faces legal pressure from his rival Joe Biden’s administration, which executed an unprecedented FBI raid at Mar-A-Lago in August, and political pressure from conservatives not to run in 2024.

A consensus has quickly emerged among right-leaning pundits and conservative media that Trump is to blame for the GOP’s underwhelming performance in the midterm elections, with many holding up Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R) as the future of the party.