Kid Rock, Sarah Palin and Ted Nugent pose at the White House. Palin posted several photos with the caption, "A great night at the White House". Palin thanked Trump for the invitation on Facebook and posted several photos of herself and her guests.
The White House has yet to release any information on the visit, which has spurred many "Caption This"-style tweets on social media".
And yet Trump invited him to the White House anyway. The controversial musician has a history of making offensive and downright inappropriate statements about former President Barack Obama and his administration.
Both Palin and Nugent posted photos on their Facebook page. Rock has described himself as a libertarian and supported Ben Carson, and later Trump, during the 2016 presidential campaign. Got that? Glowing all American over the top WE THE PEOPLE gory details coming ASAP!
He was also recorded calling President Obama a "subhuman mongrel" and a "gangster" in 2014. According to Rolling Stone, the rocker once brandished two machine guns during a 2007 concert and announced "Obama, he's a piece of s-". "I was moved by the genuine sincerity, down-to-earth and most importantly believable concern and openness, uninhibitedness, family attitude, and spirit of President Trump when he greeted us at the White House", he said.
The rock star praised Trump for fighting "power abusing bureaucrats" on issues like hunting regulations.