Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump were spotted receiving a standing ovation at an Easter Sunday service in Florida.
The couple stood in the front row of the Christ Fellowship Church in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, which was holding a special Easter morning service.
Senior Pastor Todd Mullins welcomed the pair, claiming that it was his "privilege" to introduce the ex-president and former First Lady.
After introducing the pair, who have been the subject of divorce rumours in recent months, Donald and Melania turn to the crowd and wave.
Eye-witness appeared delighted to see the couple at the 22,500-square-foot worship centre, which has seating for about 1,500 people.
Mr Mullins told the congregation: "We always welcome everyone to join us at Christ Fellowship in celebrating the resurrection of Jesus.
"This year, perhaps more than ever, we hope that Jesus' message of hope and salvation spreads widely and brings joy to all who hear it.
"It's also our privilege, my privilege today to welcome the President (and) Mrs Trump too."
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None of the attendees at the church were photographed wearing masks and the Trumps mingled freely with other worshippers.
During his presidency, Donald received criticism for his handling of the pandemic.
Concerns about Covid were sighted by several American news outlets as a major factor that played into Joe Biden winning the 2020 presidential race.
Trump, who reluctantly conceded to Biden, maintains the election was rigged.
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Delivering his own Easter message on Sunday, April 4, Donald wished a happy holiday to all except for his opponents, who he branded as "CRAZIES".
In a statement released by Save America PAC, Trump said: "Happy Easter to ALL, including the Radical Left CRAZIES who rigged our Presidential Election, and want to destroy our country!"
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