Recent pictures of President Donald J. Trump entertaining an unusual trio of dinner guests at the White House—Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor; Kid Rock, the singer; and the provocateur-musician Ted Nugent—looked like a scene out of “A Clockwork Orange,” the Stanley Kubrick film based on Anthony Burgess’s dystopian novel. Show More Summary
President Trump announced on Twitter that he will be holding a rally in Pennsylvania on April 29. The White House and Congress seem to be on completely different pages on their healthcare revival Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, and Kid Rock...Show More Summary
Cheeto Jesus, Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, and Kid Rock defiling the White House. Washington and Lincoln must be turning over in their graves. Crossposted at juanitajean.com
Nugent thinks smoking pot makes you angry.
What with U.S. aircraft carriers sailing in the wrong direction, Attorney General Jeff Sessions describing Hawaii as “some island in the Pacific,” and Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, and Kid Rock larking around in the Oval Office, it’s been a pretty typical week for the Trump Administration: jaw-dropping, mind-addling, hard to keep up with. Show More Summary
Yesterday, the Donald Trump White House welcomed an incredible crew of shitheads as visitors: Ted Nugent, Kid Rock, and Sarah Palin. After photos from the group’s audience with the president circulated on social media, noted Twitter pugilist David Crosby tweeted "this picture says it all …the two most insincere smiles in history what a pair…
Pete Souza is back at it again with the Instagram shade, and this time he's coming for Sarah Palin and her famous band of sidekicks. Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, and Kid Rock (author's note: ?? ?? ??) hung out with President Trump on Thursday. Show More Summary
New York Times journalist Glenn Thrush on Friday could barely restrain his contempt for the visit of three conservative celebrities, Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent, to the White House on Wednesday. The reporter dismissed the two performers as “aging, gun-loving, stringy-haired” singers.
Liberal commentators predictably hammered Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, and Kid Rock over their trolling photo in front of Hillary Clinton's White House portrait on Wednesday.
Yesterday, we found out that Sarah Palin invited Ted Nugent and Kid Rock as her guests to the White House, where the group visited with Donald Trump in the Oval Office. Thanks to the New York Times, we know what they talked about. In an interview with the Times, Nugent said their discussion covered "health,…
The internet is abuzz over the White House visit of Kid Rock, Sarah Palin, and Ted Nugent that occurred on Wednesday night, reports the Inquisitr. A fact that many are missing is that this visit may not be a simple social call, but may have political implications- at least for one of the guests. Show More Summary
Ted Nugent has said a lot of appalling things in the last few years, and the New York Times really does not want you thinking about that when you consider Nugent’s evening in the White House Wednesday. According to Glenn Thrush’s report...Show More Summary
On Monday, the panel on ABC’s “The View” ripped into Wednesday’s White House visit by former vice presidential candidate and ex-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) and right-wing rock performers Kid Rock and Ted Nugent. Joy Behar pointed to the photo of the conservative trio...
An Alaskan-themed dessert for the state’s former governor, naturally During a whirlwind tour at the White House yesterday, President Donald Trump treated guests Ted Nugent, Kid Rock, and former Alaska governor/vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin to a “white-china private dinner.” For dessert? A “flaming baked alaska in honor of Ms. Show More Summary
The Detroit rockers were guests of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.
CNN's Ana Navarro slammed Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, and Kid Rock on Friday's New Day over their razzing pose in front of the White House portrait of Hillary Clinton.
(Steven Hayward) Wanna drive the left out of its mind? Just invite Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, Kid Rock, and their girlfriends to the Oval Office, and then release the pic: The sit back and let liberals throw a snit: Really? Less dignified than what Bill Clinton did in the Oval Office? Less dignified than this: Or this?
All appears normal in this photo — which features Kid Rock, Sarah Palin, and Ted Nugent posing in front of Hillary Clinton's official White House portrait.