donald trump said there is “no way” singer Taylor Swift can endorse President Joe Biden for re-election, saying that she couldn’t be “disloyal to the man who made her so much money”.
“I signed and was responsible for the Music Modernization Law for Taylor Swift and all other musical artists,” said the Republican, favorite in his party, in a publication on their social media platform, Truth Social. “Joe Biden “He didn’t do anything for Taylor and he never will.”
The billionaire global pop star endorsed Biden in the 2020 presidential election, when he first faced Trump. Has yet to endorse a candidate in this year’s race.
Last month, the Biden administration urged to take action to eliminate sexually explicit fakes of Swift that had emerged on social media.
Could Taylor Swift influence the US presidential elections?
A Swift endorsement could sway voters in what will likely be a presidential race close Survey data show that Trump currently leads Biden by 2 percentage points at the national level in a hypothetical face-to-face confrontation, according to the average of RealClearPolitics.
Taylor Swift has political influence thanks to her loyal fan base known as Swifties, who pump billions into economies locals traveling to their sold-out concerts around the world. The audience has increased Sunday Night Football of NBCthanks to fans’ fascination with his relationship with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
“I like her boyfriend, Travis, although he may be liberal and probably can’t stand me!Trump said on Truth Social.
‘Swifties on the charge’: Super Bowl audience will increase with theme parties to support the Chiefs
Gina Crosley-Corcoran has never been to a Super Bowl party. This year, it will be will host a Taylor Swift-themed one.
After posting an invite in your local Swiftie Facebook group, you’ll have about 20 people over to your home in the Chicago area. She plans to spend around $400 on food and the menu will be filled with lyrical puns like “Now That We Don’t Taco Dip” and “Diamonds in My Fries”.
For the decorations, he modified the National Football League logos (NFL) to say “Taylor version”. However, the biggest draw is the opportunity to watch the game surrounded by Swift fans who have embraced the NFL since the pop star started dating Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
“People want to come with their daughters or their little sisters or their best friends and just be with other Swifties to watch the game.” because many of us are really interested in football now”said Crosley-Corcoran, 45, who also has a Taylor Swift tribute band. “I don’t want to be around a bunch of soccer buddies who are going to be mad because Taylor Swift is on TV.”
Since the billionaire pop star and Kelce confirmed their relationship last year, Swift’s fans have been tuning into NFL games, some for the first time, to get a glimpse of America’s new power couple. And with Swift expected to attend the Super Bowl in Las Vegas when the Kansas City Chief takes on the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, fans are planning elaborate parties to follow.
For an intensely loyal legion of fans known for splurging on travel, merchandise and costumes (local economies saw an increase of $1,300 per concertgoer during the tour The Eras Tour of Swift in the United States), it is natural that they would go out of their way to watch the Super Bowl. Of course, They are adding their unique touch. The classic chicken wings and beer menu is getting an update with fancy cocktails and glitter.
‘Football and glitter’
For Abby Peek, a 26-year-old Swift fan from Kansas City, It’s the best of both worlds. She recently moved to Oklahoma City and will host six friends on Sunday, including some who flew in from New York.
The menu will include “The Wings Will Never Be Together Again” and “Now that we don’t make guacamole”. There will be a Swiftie-themed Super Bowl bingo card. And he plans to center the decor around a giant Chiefs friendship bracelet, an ode to the bracelets fans exchange at Swift concerts. She estimates she will spend about $350.
Most of Peek’s guests watch football regularly. Still, he hopes the photos he will post from the party will upset some die-hard soccer fans on Instagram. To them, the “dads, Brads and Chads,” so to speak, all the attention on Swift goes to the game. Social media posts complaining about how often NFL cameras show Swift are rampant. There are even conspiracy theories on the Internet about the motivations behind their relationship. But Swifties, including Peek, are recovering from it.
“I’m just here to have a good time and have a fun party with my friends”Peek said. “It’s going to be football and glitter, football and disco balls.”
Likewise, Olga Enríquez, a 28-year-old from Clark, New Jersey, is looking to join in on the fun. She’s never seen the Super Bowl (she usually only tunes in to the halftime show), but This year he will spend around 500 dollars to organize a party.
She plans to have life-size cardboard cutouts of Swift and Kelce, make a cake that says “In our era of football” and wear red to support the Chiefs.
“We have to support Taylor’s boyfriend (Swift)“, said. “None of us really cared about football, but She is dating a soccer player and that got me interested.”.