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People Outraged After Discovering What Trump Put Under Hillary's Portrait

Sarah Palin was extended an invitation to dinner at the White House with President Donald Trump as a 'token of the president's appreciation' for her support during his campaign. She arrived with some special guests: Ted Nugent and Kid Rock. The three dined in a private dinner with the president on Wednesday and he personally gave them the grand tour of the White House.

Nugent, 68-year-old die-hard conservative, hunter and rock star, told the New York Times about his exciting night with the president in a phone interview on Thursday. “We were there for four hours, man!” he said. “He gave us a wonderful personal tour of every room and talked about the origins of every carpet and every painting — there was a Monet — and then we had dinner."

Nugent has been slammed by the New York Times because he's been an unapologetic outspoken critic of former President Barack Obama, and resorted to calling the former president names like 'subhuman mongrel'. As far as the New York Times is concerned, it's only okay to call Republican presidents names.

Palin explained why she showed up with the celebrities in tow. “President Trump’s invitation for dinner included bringing a couple of friends,” she wrote on her website. “Asked why I invited Kid Rock and Ted Nugent, I joked, ‘Because Jesus was booked.’”

Palin posted some photos of the gathering, including one photo of the three guests standing in front of a Hillary Clinton portrait.

Kid Rock supported Trump in the election for his business sense. He told Rolling Stone Magazine in 2016, "My feeling: let the motherf--king business guy run it like a f--king business. And his campaign has been entertaining as sh-t."

Rock is not a hard-core Republican, however; he considers himself Libertarian-leaning, but said the country is too divided and people have to pick a side. He did play at Obama’s inauguration, though he didn't vote for the former president.

Source: New York Times
Photo: Mad World News

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