Trump Welcomes Palin, Nugent and Kid Rock to a White House

Rockers Ted Nugent and Kid Rock assimilated former existence uncover star and one-time Republican clamp presidential hopeful Sarah Palin for cooking during a White House with President Donald Trump Wednesday night, an administration central told NBC News. 

Palin, a former Alaska governor, posted photos on Facebook of her, Nugent and Rock in a oval office, vocalization with a boss and his son-in-law and confidant Jared Kushner. 

“A good night during a White House. Thank we to President Trump for a invite!” Palin wrote in a heading that accompanies a photos.

Palin and Rock were early supporters of Trump during a 2016 presidential campaign. 

Nugent, who has sparked controversies with his outlandish domestic comments in new years, also upheld a destiny boss during a campaign. 

Known as a “Motor City Madman,” Nugent called for President Barack Obama and afterwards Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to be “tried for fraud and hung” after an American envoy and others were killed in an conflict on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012. 

He was also available job President Obama a “subhuman mongrel” and a “gangster” in 2014.

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