- The Washington Times - Thursday, April 20, 2017

While both Hollywood and the mainstream news media may have been less than friendly to Sarah Palin since she came on the national scene in 2008, a prominent Hollywood trade magazine Thursday found occasion after Wednesday’s White House visit to give the former Alaska governor and one-time GOP vice presidential candidate an endorsement of sorts for her sartorial sense.

“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?” The Hollywood Reporter said. “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,” THR explained.

Mrs. Palin was at the executive mansion Wednesday as President Trump’s dinner guest, joining fellow Trump celebrity-endorsers Kid Rock and Ted Nugent.

While it’s not clear what was discussed around the dinner table, Mr. Nugent, an avid hunter, hinted in a blog post that they talked turkey about issues impacting sportsmen.

“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,” Mr. Nugent wrote in a Thursday blog post at the website for Deer and Deer Hunting magazine.

“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.”

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