President Donald Trump invited Sarah Palin to the White House for dinner Wednesday night and told her to bring a few friends along.
The former Alaska Governor made some interesting additions to the guest list.
“Jesus was booked,” Palin said when asked why she invited rockstars Kid Rock and Ted Nugent.
After Palin posted about the visit on Facebook, liberals (predictably) went crazy.
Keith Olberman slammed Trump by calling his guests the “trailer park trash trio.”
Not surprising seeing how Olberman hosts a web series for GQ (remember the infamous Duck Dynasty interview):
Honest to God, had the painting fallen off the wall and hit this Trailer Park Trash trio, the national IQ would've gone up 25 points pic.twitter.com/XIMuEzXpNm
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) April 20, 2017
Others mocked them as the “new Beverly Hillbillies reboot,” a “hip-hop barbecue,” and so on. (Not worth giving them any more credit.)
Shockingly, one media outlet praised Palin for a choice she made that night.
The Hollywood Reporter wrote a piece saying, Palin proves she is “still stylish after all these years”:
Who can forget Sarah Palin the style icon, who lit up the 2008 campaign trail with her pricey designer duds, Naughty Monkey shoes and those rimless Kawasaki glasses?
Nine years later, the former Governor of Alaska has still got it. Palin, 53, was spotted at the White House on Wednesday evening in a lacy white off-the-shoulder top — a look that’s still going strong as one of the hottest spring trends, according to nearly every fashion outlet.
Kudos to the Hollywood Reporter for giving credit where credit is due.
And thank God for a president who isn’t afraid to invite patriotic, conservative icons to the White House that are loved by everyday Americans.