REPORT: Taylor Swift says she wishes she was more politically proactive in 2016 to help defeat Trump

JANUARY 24, 2020

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Taylor Swift says in a forthcoming Netflix documentary that she wishes she commented on politics for the first time in 2016 to help defeat President Trump, rather than breaking her silence ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, per The Daily Beast.

A pivotal scene in “Miss Americana” shows Swift holed up with her family and public relations staff, preparing to endorse Democrat Phil Bredesen for Senate in Tennessee on Instagram. Told that the move might prompt the public to think she’s simultaneously condemning the president, Swift responds, “I don’t care if they write that. I’m sad I didn’t say it two years ago.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Her publicist also warns her that Trump could personally come after her — to which Swift responds, “F–k that. I don’t care.” Swift’s Instagram endorsement of Bredesen, who eventually lost the race, called out his Republican opponent, Sen. Marsha Blackburn, for voting against reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act and refusing to support same-sex marriage.

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