The fact that Donald Trump is even allowed to run for political office given the barrage of criminal charges pending against him is insane, but, well, welcome to America. What’s even more nuts is that there are people who will actually vote for him in 2024, which is why Trump’s former White House director of strategic communications, Alyssa Farah Griffin, says Taylor Swift may need to step in.
- Farrah Griffin made the declaration on “The View: Behind the Table” podcast. They weren’t actually talking politics. In fact, she and executive producer Brian Teta were talking about Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s relationship and how much coverage it’s getting. However, self-described Swiftie Farrah Griffin found a way to take a dig at her former boss.
- If Trump is close to winning, Taylor Swift will have to run for president. That’s the only way to keep Trump out of the White House for a second term, Farrah Griffin believes. “This ends in one way. We are all Taylor Swift fans and, to be honest, if Donald Trump looks like he’s going to win, she’s just going to need to get in the race and defeat him once and for all because she’s probably the only person who can,” she said, laughing.
- Teta wasn’t too keen to talk Trump. He just responded with, “There you go, there you go,” and turned the conversation back on the celebrity romance. Of course, it’s a bit meta to discuss how much attention the pair are getting while giving it attention, but y’know…
- Needless to say, Alyssa Farrah Griffin won’t be endorsing Trump in 2024. In April 2023, she swore off the possibility of ever helping him get back into the White House, saying, “I’ll never vote for Trump again, I’ve been clear on that. I would tend to write in. I don’t think I should have to change my Republican values because two parties are putting up options that I don’t like.”