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Kid Rock, John Rich visit White House for music copyright bill signing

Kanye West won’t be the only music star at the White House on Thursday appearing alongside President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump repeats claim without evidence that paid protesters disrupted his rallies Five takeaways from the final Tennessee Senate debate Trump rails against Dems at Pennsylvania rally as Hurricane Michael batters Florida MORE.

Kid Rock and John Rich, of the country music duo Big Rich, were both eyed heading into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

“Lost in This Moment” singer Rich — who competed as a contestant on the Trump-hosted “Celebrity Apprentice” in 2011 — said he would be on-hand as the commander in chief signed the “Orrin G. Hatch-Bob GoodlatteRobert (Bob) William GoodlatteComey rejects request for closed-door interview with House Republicans Hillicon Valley: 50M affected by Facebook hack | Google CEO to testify on Capitol Hill | Tesla shares slump after SEC sues | House Intel votes to release Russia probe transcripts | Dem holds up passage of key intel bill House Judiciary says Google CEO will testify later this year MORE Music Modernization Act.” The legislation updates music and copyright law.

Rock, who was born Bob Ritchie, also made a return trip to the White House on Thursday to be there for the signing.

“There’s a whole lot of people in this country that

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