In this week President Trump’s tweet opens a new conversation on Twitter, and in the result of that tweet, Pop Start Taylor Swift’s tweet changes the outcome of the 2020 presidential campaign.
Taylor Swift, on Friday morning, shared a 38-word Tweet rebuking President Trump for his provocative comments about the riots in Minneapolis. She put the President on notice through the below tweet.
Taylor Swift Tweet Could Take Down A President?
Taylor Alison Swift
She is an American singer-songwriter. She is known for her narrative songwriting, which often centres around her personal life and has received widespread media coverage and critical praise.
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Taylor Swift’s social media post comes in response to Donald Trump’s Thursday Tweet addressing the ongoing riots in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by four Minneapolis police officers.
President’s comment that “when the looting starts, the shooting starts” was a call back to racially charged words used by Miami Police Chief Walter Headley in 1967, and echoed the commonly used phrase by presidential candidate George Wallace during the highly volatile 1968 presidential campaign.
While Taylor Swift was by no means the only celebrity to express outrage at Trump’s provocative comments, she might be the one with the most active group of followers.
She has 86.2 million followers on Twitter and also having a fanbase of “Swifties” that has a reputation for rallying behind the singer-songwriter and her calls to action.
Already her Friday morning post is her most liked Tweet ever and has been retweeted over 390,000 times by Saturday morning.
But it might be what her followers do in November that will make the biggest difference.