Kid Rock Just Showed Up To White House And Wasn’t Alone – Makes EPIC Scene With Who He Brought With Him

President Trump had some guests at the White House late on Wednesday night. It’s not the usual guests you might expect a President to have visit, but it could be the more fun type – that’s for sure!

Kid Rock and Ted Nugent brought their dates to the White House, and along with them was Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska. Each of the three are epic Trump supporters, being very outspoken on social media and the general public about President Trump and our need to have a right wing leader running the country.

Nugent and Rock are wonderful American musicians who love a good right wing republican in the White House. They couldn’t be more happy about it! Sarah Palin, a republican herself, has been supportive of Trump since the debates and even came along to one of them as a guest of then candidate Trump.

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) visited President Trump at the White House late Wednesday, bringing along musicians Ted Nugent and Kid Rock.

Palin has been an outspoken supporter of Trump since his campaign, and was invited to be one of his guests during an October debate last year.

It makes perfect sense to invite them to the White House. When you’re a celebrity star and support the President, then a nice visit once in a while is a grand gesture that keeps your team supportive of you. It would be really nice if Trump began inviting strangers, but then that’s a bit dangerous if you think about it. I’m sure the White House doesn’t want any stranger danger as their guests.

On Wednesday night, Palin, Kid Rock and Nugent were pictured in the Oval Office with the president. Nugent’s wife, Shemane Deziel and Audrey Berry, Kid Rock’s fiancee, were also at the White House and are in one of the photos.

Further details of the visit were not immediately made known though it appeared that the group also visited other parts of the White House.

I’m glad the ladies made it into at least one photograph. How nice of them to be included. I hope they were in all of the pictures. I’m sure there are a few “famous people only” pictures, but the significant other, especially if they’re married, should always be included. Sometimes our other half is the reason our first half is successful.

Unless that other half is a 26-year-old model and you’re a 90-year-old man – then we know what that’s all about.

Since further details about the visit were not known, then we can only speculate what happened that night in the White House.

If we had to be fictional and fun with our ideas, then I’m guessing Nugent and Kid Rock sat around with instruments and had a campfire-like sing-along. President Trump probably sang his version of Sweet Home Alabama, then Kid Rock did his version. Ted Nugent probably jumped off the same couch that Kellyanne Conway put her feet on. Or better yet, Nugent, Trump, and Kid Rock jump off the furniture that Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky allegedly had relations on while Sarah Palin did keg stands from the same desk that Obama put his feet all over.

Democrats mad yet?

I hope they had a top secret party and rocked out all night. Of course, if we know Trump, he probably went back to work after hanging out for about an hour. He’s more into Twitter than real life parties.

Maybe the details of the White House visit by Palin, Nugent, and Kid Rock will be released later this week. If not, then it was probably just a brief meeting for fun and photographs, but not much else.

We can only hope for the exciting things to happen when President Trump has music stars as guests, but I guess we have to be realistic too.

We want the epic party, but they give us the professional meet and greet photo session.

FOLLOW us on Facebook at Freedom Daily!

Read more of my news commentary on Freedom Daily and Trending Views. There’s only two genders.

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.