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Earlier this week, Taylor Swift broke her tradition of remaining publicly apolitical and endorsed two Democratic candidates running for office in November's midterms: Phil Bredesen for Senate and Jim Cooper for House of Representatives, both of whom are running in Swift's adopted home state of Tennessee. Swift took care in explaining why she was voting blue this term

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After years of ostensible public silence on politics, Taylor Swift has now shared two government-related opinions in one week. The latest came during an acceptance speech near the end of tonight's 2018 American Music Awards. After winning Artist of the Year, Swift expressed support for voting in the midterm election on November 6. "Thank you so much
Taylor Swift has had quite the week! On Sunday, she came out with her first endorsement of a political candidate. Yesterday, Donald Trump responded to her endorsement, saying he likes her music "about 25 percent less now." Tonight, she's opening the 2018 American Music Awards, performing "I Did Something Bad" from her 2017 album Reputation.
Taylor Swift followed her historic expression of a political opinion this week by kicking off the 2018 American Music Awards with a performance of "I Did Something Bad" from her latest album Reputation. The smoke and dancer-filled set was Swift's first award show performance since the 2016 Grammys, when she took home Album of the Year for 1989. Swift recently wrapped the North
President Donald Trump doesnt like Taylor Swift and music as much anymore after the singer shared political opinions on a lengthy Instagram post this weekend. Read more: Hayley Williams blasts Mike Huckabee for Taylor Swift tweet On Oct....
For the first time ever, pop star Taylor Swift is speaking publicly about politics. With 112 million followers on Instagram alone, T-Swift is one of the biggest influencers on social media. While its a tool for primarily sharing photos and videos, the Tennessee resident is using the platform to voice her opinions on the upcoming [] This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Taylor Swift Speaks Publicly On Politics For The First Time Ever
Donald Trump reacted with uncharacteristic grace and poise to the news that Taylor Swift is voting for Democrats in her traditionally red home state of Tennessee in November's midterm elections. Reporters caught up with the president outside of the White House on Monday afternoon to find out how the typically combative POTUS was handling Swift's rare political endorsement
The pop star broke her political silence and endorsed two Democratic candidates over the weekend.
President Donald Trump says he likes superstar Taylor Swift’s music "about 25 percent less now" that she’s endorsed two Democratic candidates in Tennessee.
Taylor Swift broke her longstanding political silence yesterday with a message against Republican Marsha Blackburns run for a U.S. Senate seat. Now, Paramores Hayley Williams has come to the pop stars defense after former Arkansas Gove...
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