Including US President Donald Trump, a huge acknowledgement has sparkled on the Taylor Swift’s recommendation with Democrats for the coming midterm elections in the US. US President Trump informed reporters that he likes her music saying that, “ Taylor’s music about 25% less now”.

The renowned songwriter, as well as singer of 28 years old wittingly directed in the political field in the previous years but as her comment, the past two years had slightly changed her mind. Though her recent comment had been admired by many followers the Republican supporters hinted a vicious repercussion.

In Tennessee, the singer and songwriter, Taylor Swift, commented on politics breaking her silence on an Instagram post, where she has 112 followers, after the recommendation from Democrats.

She wrote, “ In the past, I have been reluctant to publicly voice my political opinions, but due to several events in my life and in the world in the past two years, I feel very differently about that now”.

She remarkably pinched the nominee of the Republican Senate, Marsha Blackburn for her polling record on the base of gender equality.

Specifying the votes of politicians against the domestic violence ordinances and equal pay, Swift commented, “Her voting record in Congress appals and terrifies me ”.

During speaking about election President Trump said Ms Blackburn was “doing a very good job” in the home state of Swift. He commented, “ She is a tremendous woman. I am sure Taylor Swift does not know anything about her”.

Previously, Swift has been criticised for skipping the discussions on the politics  and a striking search of Google in the time of 2016 elections was, “ Who is Taylor Swift voting for?”

The spectators have doubt on her political neutrality that helped to raise her popularity among her music fans.

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