President Trump welcomes Sarah Palin to White House

Sarah Palin Ted Nugent and Kid Rock walk into the White House

They showed the group with Trump, and also posing in front of a painting of Hillary Clinton in the White House. Nugent's wife, Shemane, who also attended the dinner along with Rock's fiancée Audrey Berry, captured the moment.

Photos surfaced early Thursday showing Rock, Nugent and Sarah Palin with Donald Trump.

President Donald Trump had a few friends over for dinner at the White House on Wednesday. and it was quite a guest list.

Kid Rock, who sold shirts past year suggesting that Trump's "D" was in the mouths of his haters, hasn't yet provided any social-media updates on the trip.

BuzzFeed News has reached out to the White House for comment.

The musician has a long history of controversial opinions.

"A great night at the White House!"

Palin, who served as a prominent surrogate during Trump's presidential campaign, was not given a formal role in his administration.

And even Hillary Clinton may a surprise appearance in a portrait that the former governor and her musician friends made a decision to pose with.

The setup for a comedy sketch became a political reality Wednesday, as the three conservative firebrands visited the White House for a private meeting with President Trump. In 2007, he told concertgoers: "Obama, he's a piece of shit".

Nugent did expand on the dinner menu in a post to his Facebook followers, where he said he had an "incredible lobster salad and lambchops!"

We are officially 90 days in to Trump's presidency, and with investigations into ties with Russian Federation, tensions rising with North Korea, a hearing on one of Trump's executive orders set for early May, and so many other things happening, you can be sure it will only get more interesting from here.

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