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Ted Nugent, Kid Rock, Sarah Palin revisit Trump at White House

President Trump welcomed regressive rockers Ted Nugent, Kid Rock and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to the White House Wednesday night for a grave debate of the presidential mansion.

The specific purpose of the unannounced revisit wasn’t immediately transparent but the doubtful contingent was graphic in photos on social media alongside Trump in the Oval Office and in other rooms.

One photo showed Kid Rock, Palin and Nugent posing in front of a mural of Hillary Clinton from her time as First Lady.

Nugent, in a extensive post on his Facebook wall, combined that he and his wife, Shemane Deziel, dined with Trump after the visit.

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“So currently is the 242nd anniversary of The Shot Heard Round The World is it! Well good good looky looky here boogie chillin’, we got your Shot Heard Round The World right here in big ol greazyass Washington DC where your 1 only MotorCity Madman WhackMaster StrapAssasin1 dined with President Donald J Trump at the WhiteHouse to Make America Great Again!” he wrote.

“Got that? Glowing all American over the top WE THE PEOPLE bloody sum coming ASAP!! BRACE!,” Nugent added.

The “Catch Scratch Fever” rocker and NRA house member has been outspoken in his support of regressive causes and upheld Trump during the campaign.

The specific purpose of the unannounced revisit wasn't immediately transparent but the doubtful contingent was graphic in photos on social media alongside Trump in the Oval Office and in other rooms.

The specific purpose of the unannounced revisit wasn’t immediately transparent but the doubtful contingent was graphic in photos on social media alongside Trump in the Oval Office and in other rooms.

(Carolyn Kaster/AP)

Palin, too, is an romantic Trump believer and was credited with assisting yield Trump movement when she publicly permitted the then-candidate in Iowa right before the state’s first-in-the-nation caucuses.

“A good night at the White House,” she wrote on Facebook. “Thank you to President Trump for the invite!”

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