3 CONSERVATIVE CELEBRITIES Visited Trump Last Night And Hilariously Trolled A White House Picture Of Hillary

President Trump wasn’t making a social statement when he invited these celebrity guests to join him for dinner. He simply invited some conservative celebrities who’ve put their careers on the line standing up for America and American values. Sarah Palin has received numerous death threats for defending conservatism. She was most recently blasted by Ted Cruz supporters after she helped him to get elected in the Texas senate race, but backed Donald Trump in the presidential race. Native “Michigander” Ted Nugent appeared at Trump rallies in Michigan and surprised Trump supporters with a mini-rock concert. Kid Rock, who is also a native Michigander received all kinds of hate from fans when he played for Mitt Romney during a campaign rally for president in Michigan. Besides being outspoken conservatives, all of these celebrities have one thing in common,  they are all strong supporters of our military and our US veterans. They’ve all risked their careers to stand up for conservatism in America, and last night Trump rewarded them for their bravery and for their commitment to supporting his effort to make America great again.

Ted Nugent is all smiles, as he’s pictured with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office:

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Rocker Ted Nugget’s wife Shemane Nugent posted this video to Facebook of her husband excitedly telling fans about his visit to the White House as they flew to Washington DC:

Shemane Nugent tells her Facebook followers what it was like to have dinner with President Trump:

The best photo of the night was taken when Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent and Kid Rock hilariously trolled the White House photo of Hillary Clinton. 

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Sarah Palin posted this picture of Kid Rock, his new fiancé Audrey Berry, Ted Nugent and his wife Shemane Nugent along with Sarah Palin and her daughter Bristol Meyer with the caption:  “So Ted Nugent, Kid Rock and Sarah Palin walk into a bar…” 

Ted Nugent wrote about his visit with President Trump where he revealed some of their discussions related to hunting and political correctness. Here is an excerpt from his blog post on Deer and Hunting:

With sons who hunt, the President is very aware of the misguided, anti-science and anti-hunting laws and regulations perpetrated by power abusing bureaucrats infesting our states and nation. I would say that the prognosis for hunter’s rights has never been better for the future of hunting, fishing and trapping in America, I assure you.

President Trump told me to not only give you his very best and a big presidential thank you for the phenomenal wildlife conservation force we have succeeded at, but also gave me his word that he is aware of the ongoing mistakes in wildlife mismanagement and his commitment to right the flurry of wrongs that get in the way of meaningful “wise-use” of our precious renewable wildlife resources.

We didn’t actually confirm that I will be organizing annual deerhunts at Camp David, but he is acutely aware of “wise-use” management versus “politically correct misuses” and vows to work diligently to make it right.

We discussed various quality of life issues and how entrenched status quo political correctness has wrecked everything it has touched and how his administration is focused and dedicated to get back to the US Constitutional basics of government of, by and for the people.

President Trump summed it up when he humbly and proudly stated that he works for “we the people” and he will not let us down.

Sarah Palin speaks with President Trump in the Oval Office:

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Sarah Palin pictured speaking with Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner:

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Kid Rock has made several trips overseas to visit and perform for our troops. He’s been a huge supporter of veterans and has even purchased homes here in our home state of Michigan for wounded warriors.

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Here’s a video we took of Ted Nugent performing at Trump’s final rally in Michigan the night before the election: 


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