It’s picture day at the White House and Donald invited all his friends!

It’s Thursday, and former game show host-turned President of the United States Donald Trump continues to make a mockery of the White House.

A recent photo from the Oval Office shows a grinning Trump with former Alaska Governor and failed TV host Sarah Palin, National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent, and Detroit-based rap-rocker Kid Rock, all of whom he invited to dinner at the White House on Wednesday night.

In one photo taken by Ted Nugent’s wife Shemane, Kid Rock, Ted Nugent, and Palin are seen posing in front of a White House portrait of former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton. Mrs. Nugent tagged her husband and the other two right-wing figures’ official Facebook profiles, and tagged Clinton’s face as “fuck fake bitches.”

Posted by Shemane Nugent on Wednesday, April 19, 2017

 

The conservative rocker himself — who once called former President Barack Obama a “subhuman mongrel” and Hillary Clinton as a “toxic cunt” and a “worthless bitch” — posted a rambling missive to his verified Facebook page in which he described the capital city of the United States as “big ol greazyass Washington DC,” and himself as “your 1 & only MotorCity Madman WhackMaster StrapAssasin1.” Trump, for his part, looks happy as a clam shaking the hand of a man who once said Obama should “suck on [his] machine gun.”

So today is the 242nd anniversary of The Shot Heard Round The World is it! Well well well looky looky here boogie…

Posted by Ted Nugent on Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The crew was also seen snapping pictures elsewhere around the White House, including on the podium where White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer gives his daily press briefing. Spicer himself appeared in a few of the photos, which appeared on Sarah Palin’s website. Rather than hyperlink to her site and give her unnecessary clicks, we’ll post the photos below:

 

Tom Cahill is a writer for the Resistance Report based in the Pacific Northwest. He specializes in coverage of political, economic, and environmental news. You can contact him via email at [email protected], or follow him on Facebook by clicking here.