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Audra and Jeff Johnson threw a Donald Trump-themed Make America Great Again Wedding (Picture: Fox 17)

A couple loves Donald Trump so much they threw a Make America Great Again-themed wedding.

Jeff and Aubra Johnson got married in Kalamazoo, Michigan on the Fourth of July and styled the wedding’s decor around Trump’s campaign slogan.

Aubra’s wedding gown was made from a ‘Make America Great Again’ banner created by Andre Soriano who is known for his ‘Trump gowns.’

She told WXMI: ‘It looked like America threw up all over my wedding and I’m not sorry.’

‘The dress is actually an Andre Soriano original. It’s actually made out of a MAGA flag.’

Nearly every facet of the wedding payed homage to President Trump. Aubra’s nails were painted to look like American flags, the groomsmen wore ‘don’t tread on me’ cuff links,’ and many guests donned red Trump hats.

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Aubra said, because her husband is African American and she is Filipino, she wanted to disprove the stereotype that Trump supporters are white racists.

She said ‘I thought it was really important to show people that the stereotype, the whole “Trump supporters are racist” stuff like that. We though it was really important to show that’s wrong.’

The couple’s dedication to such a polarizing president put off some guests, like her new husband’s father, who did not come to the wedding because of the political affiliation.

Audra Johnson, Jeff Johnson, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Donald Trump, Wedding, Make America Great Again
Audra Johnson said her new husband’s father refused to go the the wedding because of its political affiliation (Picture: Fox News)

Aubra said: ‘He sent us a text message. It said, “As long as you support a racist in the White House, I won’t be attending your wedding.” Which was sad, but we did have a lot of people that loved us and showed up.”

She added that her own brother has condemned her for supporting Trump.

‘I think when its your own family it really gets to you because its like, wait a minute, I’m still the same person I was three years ago when I started supporting Trump.’

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