Trump dances to YMCA along with naughty nurses and the POPE at Mar-a-Lago for his Halloween party

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It’s dancing Donny! Trump delights duo of naughty nurses and the Pope as he does his trademark ‘arm pump’ dance to YMCA at his Mar-a-Lago Halloween party

  • Donald Trump, 76, danced to the YMCA song during his Mar-A-Lago Halloween party on Sunday 
  • Although Trump failed to form the letters throughout the song, he was seen on video pumping his arms, swaying back and forth, and clapping
  • Two naughty nurses and a man dressed as the pope were seen dancing energetically alongside former president, who is rumored to be running again  

Former President Donald Trump showed he could get down and dirty at his Mar-A-Lago Halloween party, where he was spotted dancing to the YMCA song with a naughty nurse and a pope. 

Although Trump, 76, failed to form the letters throughout the song, he was seen on video pumping his arms, swaying back and forth, and clapping as partygoers energetically danced the night away on Sunday. 

The politician, who is rumored to be running for president again in 2024, danced alongside a Biden impersonator, two naughty nurses, and a pope as they all smiled and jumped around. 

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The extravagant bash was held at the ritzy mansion, which was recently raided by the FBI, and featured expensive decorations, including many balloons and banners in the colors red and white, large clown heads, and a ticket booth. 

He was joined by many guests in costumes, although he chose not to dress up.  

Trump dances to YMCA along with naughty nurses and the POPE at Mar-a-Lago for his Halloween party

Former President Donald Trump showed he could get down and dirty at his Mar-A-Lago Halloween party, where he was spotted dancing to the YMCA song with a naughty nurse and a pope

One of the guest dressed up as Joe Biden (right left), who was seen swaying to the beat as the song blared

 One of the guest dressed up as Joe Biden (right left), who was seen swaying to the beat as the song blared 

The president went all out for the party and was even reportedly caught deejaying, according to Page Six

‘The former president played DJ from his dinner table with his iPad,’ a source told the outlet. 

He reportedly played a lot of 80s music at the event and some songs from Phantom of the Opera, which reportedly had some of the older guests dancing along. 

One of the guests, who was not identified, was seen dressed up as Joe Biden, which was said to have gotten a ‘hearty laugh’ according to Page Six. 

Despite the multitude of guests, Trump was not accompanied by his wife Melania. 

Also not at the party was his daughter Ivanka, who skipped the bash to celebrate her 41st birthday with her sister Tiffany and friends in Miami. 

Although the rumors have been circulating for weeks, Trump reportedly dodged questions about running for a second term in 2024. 

There was also a ticket booth station near the entrance of the party, that was filled with multi-color strobe lights

There was also a ticket booth station near the entrance of the party, that was filled with multi-color strobe lights 

He posed with guests with a big smile and thumbs up

He posed with guests with a big smile and thumbs up 

Trump came close to announcing a 2024 White House bid at a Thursday night rally in Iowa – which holds the nation’s first presidential contest – and on the anniversary of his 2020 election loss.

‘And now in order to make our country successful and safe and glorious – I will very, very, very probably do it again,’ he said. ‘OK? Very, very, very probably. Very, very, very probably.’

Trump was stumping for Iowa Republicans, Senator Chuck Grassley and Gov. Kim Reynolds – who aren’t facing tough competition from Democrats – with just five days before the midterm elections.

He encouraged his supporters: ‘If you want safety for your family and security for your community, throw every Democrat the hell out of office and vote for Republicans up and down the line.’

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