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Is Taylor Swift ‘profoundly powerful’ when it comes to politics?

30 January 2024

9:35 PM

30 January 2024

9:35 PM

It’s not yet February, and already we have a clear idea of what Joe Biden’s re-election will be all about: Donald Trump, abortion and, er, Taylor Swift.

The New York Times reported yesterday that Team Biden-Harris 2024 has made recruiting Taylor Swift as one of its endorsers a top priority. This, inevitably, has triggered a media storm because Taylor Swift is now a culture-war avatar.

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