All three jumped on the Trump train early in the primary campaign and appeared at numerous rallies on Trump's behalf in the months leading up to his election victory last November.
Palin officially endorsed Mr. Trump's presidential bid in January 2016. Some people painted this photo-op as "in bad taste" and "inappropriate", but I see nothing inappropriate about three gosh-darn patriots paying tribute to a former First Lady while visiting the White House.
Nugent's take is a little harder to follow but, apparently, there was some "boogie chillin'" going on and some acknowledgment of the 242nd anniversary of the Lexington and Concord battles during the Revolutionary War.
CREDIT Sarah Palin Facebook
The trio additionally posed before a portrait of 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonMoscow blasts Central Intelligence Agency head: He also used WikiLeaks Olbermann: Trump hosted "trailer park trash" Valerie Jarrett: I didn't see Trump win coming MORE in one image.
Nugent crowed about the visit on his Facebook page, where he posted a photo of himself shaking hands with Trump and told fans he had "incredible lobster salad & lampchops!" The dinner guests - Nugent, Palin, and Kid Rock - posed for a picture in front of Clinton's portrait at the White House.
Nugent and Kid Rock each backed Trump over Clinton before Election Day past year.
To view PDF documents, Download Acrobat Reader.