President Donald Trump crashed Carl Lindner IV's wedding, New York Magazine

Posted at 2:21 PM, Feb 13, 2017

The son of a Cincinnati big wig's wedding was crashed by none other than the President of the United States, Donald Trump.

President Trump met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Palm Beach Saturday. They conversed and stayed at the Mar-a-Lago club, which Trump owns. 

After a dinner spent discussing North Korea's missile launch, Trump stopped by the club's Grand Ballroom, CNN reported

Trump took a photo with the bride, made a speech and said he knew the family who "have been members of a long time...they've paid me a fortune."

Who is that family? Cincinnati's own Lindner family.

New York Magazine identified the groom as Carl Henry Lindner IV, who married Vanessa Jane Falk Saturday.

The Lindner family name touches many corners of Greater Cincinnati (and beyond). Carl Lindner I started United Dairy Farmers in 1940 and founded the American Financial Group in 1960. They the namesake for University of Cincinnati's Lindner College of Business, the Lindner Family Tennis Center -- home of the Western & Southern Open -- and the Lindner Center of Hope mental health treatment facility in Mason. Carl Lindner III is currently CEO of FC Cincinnati.

According to Forbes, the Lindners are the 129th richest family in the country.'s Daily Intelligencer said Carl Lindner III contributed $100,000 to two Trump super-PAC, as shown in Federal Election Commission records.