The White House was rocking on Wednesday evening when Sarah Palin arrived for a visit accompanied by musicians Ted Nugent and Kid Rock.
All three had been staunch Trump supporters throughout his campaign.
Palin, Kid Rock, and Nugent were pictured in the Oval Office with the president, and Nugent’s wife, Shemane Deziel, and Audrey Berry, Kid Rock’s fiancée, were also at the White House and posed for one of the photos.
Trump-style, the tweets started flying and the Facebook posts went viral of photos that showed the group having fun in the White House, posing in front of a Hilary Clinton as First Lady portrait. They also had dinner and from the photos, looked like they enjoyed themselves immensely.
According to Palin, who featured the evening’s photos on her website, “[I]t was the highest honor to have great Americans who are independent, hardworking, patriotic, and unafraid to share commonsense solutions at the White House.”
She quipped that her reason for asking Kid Rock and Nugent to join her was “because Jesus was booked.”
“The company was wonderful and dinner was beyond superb, with Baked Alaska for dessert,” wrote Palin, who went on to thank the White House staff, Secret Service and Trump himself for making it “such a special evening.”
A photo of the entire group was taken by official White House photographer Shealah Craighead, who Palin acknowledged as having been “on our team the past 8 years.”
Posing with Craighead for a photo, Palin wrote, “She’s now the head White House photographer. Glad to see she’s still rocking the patriotic kicks our family got her for Christmas!”
A great night at the White House. Thank you to President Trump for the invite! 🇺🇸
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) April 20, 2017
Photos courtesy of Sarah Palin at sarahpalin.com.
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