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Conway admitted that she “really likes” Swift’s track ‘You Need to Calm Down‘, launching into song with the verse: “If you say it on the street, that’s a knockout / If you put it in a tweet, that’s a cop-out.” She added: “I would love to ask her audience if they even know what… We don’t support pieces of legislation that have poison pills in it that can harm other people.
The Equality Act seeks to extend existing 1968 Civil Rights Act protections for race and sex to also protect people on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway’s attempt to diss Taylor Swift following her politically charged acceptance speech at the MTV VMAs 2019 inadvertently saw her mocking President Donald Trump.
Appearing on Tuesday night, Conway defended the administration’s position against the Equality Act, which Swift vocally supports, by belting out into “You Need to Calm Down,” a song that lyrically and visually supports LGBTQ rights.
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After voicing her disdain for the Trump administration, Taylor Swift got a sharp rebuke from Kellyanne Conway, who decided to snap back at the pop singer using one of her own songs.
Conway, senior counselor to the president and a frequent Trump surrogate, made the surreal singing rebuke after Swift used her platform at the MTV Video Music Awards to call for the passage of the Equality Act, a proposed LGBT non-discrimination law. I can tell you there’s a lot of poison pills in it.” Reaffirming the White House’s opposition to the proposed law, Conway said: “The president and the White House support equality.
Conway’s jab against Swift comes after Swift's acceptance speech during Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards in which the 29-year-old won Video of the Year for “You Need to Calm Down.” Swift then took a moment to criticize President Trump and the White House for not doing more to protect and promote equality.