Donald Trump Calls Taylor Swift ‘Unusually Beautiful’ But Laments She ‘Probably Doesn’t Like Trump’ In New Book
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Donald Trump Calls Taylor Swift ‘Unusually Beautiful’ But Laments She ‘Probably Doesn’t Like Trump’ In New Book

Former President Donald Trump praised Taylor Swift as “unusually beautiful,” but called her a “liberal” who “probably doesn’t like Trump,” according to an excerpt from a forthcoming book by Variety editor Ramin Setoodeh about Trump’s reality series “The Apprentice.”

Setoodeh asked Trump his thoughts on Swift last November, and the former president responded that “she’s beautiful—very beautiful! I find her very beautiful. I think she’s liberal. She probably doesn’t like Trump. I hear she’s very talented. I think she’s very beautiful, actually—unusually beautiful.”

He questioned whether Swift—who endorsed President Joe Biden in 2020—was actually liberal, stating: “She’s legitimately liberal? It’s not an act? It surprises me that a country star can be successful being liberal.”

Setoodeh told Trump that Swift pivoted genres from country to pop, prompting Trump to target another country star instead: Garth Brooks, whom he accused of being a liberal.

Trump reportedly said Swift has “great star quality,” but said he does not know her music well.

Setoodeh interviewed Trump for his upcoming book, “Apprentice in Wonderland: How Donald Trump and Mark Burnett Took America Through the Looking Glass.” The book focuses on Trump’s former career as a reality television star.

Billionaire pop star Swift ended years of silence on politics in 2018.

This occurred when she endorsed two Tennessee Democrats in an Instagram post. Consequently, she supported former Gov. Phil Bredesen for Senate and then-Rep. Jim Cooper for reelection to the House of Representatives.

She slammed incumbent Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn, stating her record on women’s issues and gay rights “appalls and terrifies me.”

After not endorsing a candidate in the 2016 presidential race, Swift endorsed Biden in 2020 and slammed Trump for treating his presidency like an “autocracy.

Swift condemned Trump in a tweet liked nearly 2 million times in May 2020.

This came after he tweeted the controversial phrase, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts,” amid protests following the police killing of George Floyd. Subsequently, tensions escalated within the community.

“After stoking the fires of white supremacy and racism your entire presidency, you have the nerve to feign moral superiority before threatening violence? ‘When the looting starts the shooting starts’??? We will vote you out in November,” Swift tweeted.

Wild conspiracy theories have since arisen. They suggest that Swift and her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, are being portrayed as Pentagon agents. These theories propose that they are being propped up by Biden and the National Football League to secure his reelection.

Whether Swift will make an endorsement in the 2024 presidential race.

In January, the New York Times reported that the Biden campaign considers Swift their “biggest and most influential endorsement target.” This was based on an Instagram post she made in 2023 that prompted thousands of fans to register to vote.

In a February Truth Social post, Trump stated, “There is no way [Swift] could endorse Crooked Joe Biden.” Biden was mentioned as having “not done anything for Taylor, and never will.” Trump referenced his own signing of the 2018 Music Modernization Act, which updated music copyright laws.

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