Biden Trolls MAGA Republicans With Taylor Swift

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(FeaturedNews.com) – On Monday, President Joe Biden during an appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” joked about the conspiracy theories about him and Taylor Swift. After being asked whether Swift was going to be endorsing him in the 2024 presidential race, he joked that this was “classified” information. 

During his appearance, the Democrat joked with comedian Seth Meyers regarding the conspiracy theories that the singer-songwriter and the President were in “cahoots.” As Meyers pointed out a recent poll had found that around 18 percent of Americans believed that there was some sort of collaboration between the two.

Meyers asked Biden whether he was in a position to either deny or confirm the alleged active conspiracy that was going on between them. The President laughed and joked with Seyer asking where he was getting this information before arguing that it was “classified.”

Swift, who is extremely popular among young people, could be a big endorsement for the President in his 2024 reelection campaign. The President pointed out that in 2020 he had received Swift’s endorsement. 

The episode that Biden appeared in was taped on Monday and is expected to be broadcast early on Tuesday. This is part of the latest efforts by the Biden campaign to have the President connect with a younger audience while also pushing back against the concerns regarding his age and mental fitness which have become more prominent following the release of Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report. 

During the interview, Biden pointed out that he was close in age to Trump, who could not even remember the name of his wife. This was a reference to an incident that had occurred during the CPAC conference when Trump had called his wife “Mercedes” rather than Melania. 

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