Donald Trump said in an interview for the book “The Apprentice in Wonderland” that Taylor Swift is beautiful

Donald Trump has thoughts about Taylor Swift, but they don’t involve her sold-out international tours or her business acumen. They say she’s very sexy.

In upcoming book entertainment journalist and Variety editor Ramin Setoodeh Trump commented on Swift, calling her “extraordinarily beautiful” and questioning whether her personal political views were “the act.”

“I think she’s beautiful, very beautiful! I find her very beautiful. I think he’s a liberal. He probably doesn’t like Trump. I hear she’s very talented,” Trump said. “I think she is very beautiful, in fact extremely beautiful!”

What else did Trump say about Taylor Swift?

Setoodeh’s book, Apprentice in Wonderland: How Donald Trump and Mark Burnett Put America Through the Looking Glass, is a star-studded oral history of the Trump era, chronicling the long-running reality show through a combination of interviews with Trump himself. Student producer Mark Burnett, Eric Trump and participants.

According to Setoodeh, his conversation with Trump about Swift took place in November 2023, when Swift’s Eras Tour was making international stops and her budding relationship with Kansas City Chiefs player Travis Kelce was unfolding in the public eye.

“Is she a liberal or is it just an act?” – Setoodeha asked during the interview. “Is she legally liberal? This isn’t an act? It amazes me that a country star can be successful while being a liberal.”

Setoodeh told the former president that Swift has been making pop music for years. “He appears to be unaware of this,” Setoodeh wrote.

“Beautiful” is one of Trump’s favorite words to describe women

Setoodeh called Trump effusive with praise about Swift’s appearance, saying Trump used the phrase “beautiful” several times. It’s an adjective Trump has long used to describe the women in his orbit, for better or for worse.

Critics have long criticized Trump misogynistic past AND how he talks about women.

As for Swift, the artist has a history of calling out sexism in the music industry and beyond.

In 2017, a jury awarded her $1 in damages – a nominal dollar – after she sued a radio host for groping her during fan meetings. Her lawyers said the case was intended to be an “example to other women.”

Last week, Swift commented on a video posted by Lady Gaga, defending her against comments about her appearance and pregnancy rumors.

“Can we all agree that commenting on a woman’s body is invasive and irresponsible,” Swift wrote. “Gaga doesn’t owe anyone an explanation and neither does any woman.”

Swift has spoken out against Trump in the past

For the first half of her career, Swift remained silent on her political stance, commenting that she did not feel it was appropriate for the singer to speak out.

This changed in 2018 when publicly endorsed two Tennessee Democratic candidates for House of Representatives seats.

“In the past, I have been reluctant to express my political views publicly, but due to several events in my life and in the world that have taken place over the past two years, I now have a completely different opinion about it,” she wrote on Instagram at the time. . “I have always and will always vote based on which candidate will protect and fight for the human rights that I believe all of us in this country deserve.”

Swift discussed this change of heart more extensively in her 2020 documentary, “Mrs. American

“We’re back [2016] During the presidential elections, I found myself in such a terrible place that I didn’t want to put my head out,” she added he said in the film. “These aren’t your dad’s celebrities or your dad’s Republicans. I have to be on the right side of history.”

Swift supported current President Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ 2020 bid for the White House and criticized Trump’s term.

“After stoking the flames of white supremacy and racism throughout your presidency, you have the nerve to feign moral superiority before threatening violence? “When the looting starts, the shooting starts”??? We will reject you in November,” she said he tweeted to Trump.

Swift has not publicly endorsed the upcoming 2024 elections. A New York Times report shows Biden’s advisers see Swift as a key recommendation in his re-election bid.

Trump has talked about Swift before

This isn’t the first time Trump has mentioned Swift.

When the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl last season, it fueled a wave of conspiracy theories about the involvement of Swift and her boyfriend, Pfizer advertising spokesman Kelce, in the upcoming election.

In February, Trump said that “this will be itdisloyal” for Swift to endorse Biden, citing his signing of legislation making it easier for artists to collect royalties for streaming songs.

Is there more?

That seems to be it for Trump’s comment on Swift, but “Apprentice in Wonderland” also features the former president’s unfiltered thoughts on other celebrities, from Kim Kardashian to Martha Stewart.

The book’s premiere is scheduled for June 18.

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