Donald Trump slams Taylor Swift's potential Biden endorsement: "There's no way"
Palm Beach, Florida - Donald Trump has preemptively bashed Taylor Swift's potential endorsement of President Joe Biden in the 2024 election as the right-wing obsession with the singer continues to grow.
Shortly before kickoff at Sunday's Super Bowl LVIII, the former president took to Truth Social to claim that there was "no way" Swift would endorse Biden for reelection in 2024.
"There's no way she could endorse Crooked Joe Biden, the worst and most corrupt President in the History of our Country, and be disloyal to the man who made her so much money," he wrote.
"Besides that, I like her boyfriend, Travis [Kelce], even though he may be a Liberal, and probably can't stand me!"
Trump further claimed that he made the 34-year-old pop star "so much money" and took credit for the Music Modernization Act, which helped artists maintain rights to their royalties in the age of streaming.
After the post was shared, an attorney who worked on the bill told Variety that "Trump did nothing on our legislation except sign it."
The bizarre statement came amid right-wing conspiracy theories alleged that the Super Bowl would be rigged in favor of the Kansas City Chiefs to amplify further both Swift and Kelce's star power, which would then be followed by a Biden endorsement by the Grammy winner.
Though the right wing's intense obsession with the Karma artist has reached unsettling new heights this year, the fears are not entirely unwarranted, as Swift was an outspoken supporter of Biden last election.
Taylor Swift has publicly disavowed Donald Trump
Swift's disapproval of Trump was made no secret in 2020, as the musician threw her support behind the Biden campaign and slammed him on social media for "stoking the fires of white supremacy and racism" throughout his presidency.
Flash forward four years, and Republicans' concerns that Swift will continue to support Biden have sparked rampant conspiracy theories to discredit her political opinions.
Trump's apparent fear of Swift's endorsement of his competitor was further exposed last month in a report by Rolling Stone that revealed his campaign was targeting her support – and preparing "holy war" if she aligned herself with Biden.
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