Alyssa Farah Griffin, The View host and former Trump aide, has said that Taylor Swift is the “only person” who can defeat Donald Trump in the impending 2024 presidential election. Farah Griffin, who worked as the White House’s director of strategic communications during former President Trump’s administration, expressed her admiration for the 12-time Grammy winner in an episode of The View: Behind the Table with executive producer Brian Teta, which aired on October 2. Farah Griffin refuted colleague The View co-host Sarah Haines’ notion that Swift’s recent attendance at rumoured boyfriend Travis Kelce’s NFL games were a “PR stunt” while addressing Swift’s frequent appearances at Kelce’s NFL games. “I had to hold back how thrilled I was about this topic in order not to off-put other individuals at the table,” Farah Griffin claimed of the Swift-Kelle relationship speculations.
Former White House communications director for Donald Trump says Taylor Swift is the “only person” that can defeat Trump in the 2024 Presidential election:
“If Donald Trump looks like he’s gonna win, she’s just gonna need to get in the race and defeat him once and for all,… pic.twitter.com/Ec3ShYMfas
— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) October 6, 2023
“It could have been a fling, it might be anything, but she’s constantly dated actors or musicians who match the same mould.” Dating a pro athlete is a whole different experience, and I believe that striving for something unique makes sense since she hasn’t always experienced good luck in love.” “This ends in one way,” the former Defence Department press secretary stated. Farah Griffin worked as a special assistant to former President Trump and as the press secretary for former Vice President Mike Pence from October 2017 to September 2019. She then took over as the Department of Defense’s press secretary as well as director of media affairs. She joined the White House as director of strategic communications in April 2020.
Today when White House Ex- Communication Director said #TaylorSwift is the only person who can beat #DonaldTrump in 2024 president election it reminded me of her passionate conversation with her dad over Tennessee senator Marsha Blackburn
— Nahýan (@Media_Tak1) October 5, 2023
Alyssa Farah Gryphon, An ex-Trump Aide, Believes That Only Taylor Swift Can Defeat Trump
Alyssa Farah Griffin, co-host of “The View” & former White House communications director for Donald Trump, aims to Make America Swift by 2024. Griffin and executive producer Brian Teta, who hosts the podcast “The View: Behind the Table,” discussed the public’s fixation with Taylor Swift and Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce on the most recent episode of “The View: Behind the Table.” Gryphon, who claimed to blasting Swift’s “Karma” track in the car on the way over, suggested Swift run against Griffin’s former boss. We are all Taylor Swift fans, and to be honest, if Donald Trump seems like he’s going to win, she’s just going to need to get in the race to overthrow him once and for all, because she’s probably the only one who can!” Griffin stated. Alyssa Farah Griffin, 34, was the White House communications director throughout Trump’s presidency but resigned in December 2020, recognising that Trump had lost the election despite Trump’s insistence otherwise. After the Capitol was stormed on 6 Jan., she chastised Trump for “crossing a line” by informing his supporters that the election had been stolen.
Alyssa Farah Griffin is correct regarding Swift’s immense power and impact. On National Voter Registration Day (Sept. 19), the Grammy winner released an Instagram call to action, encouraging her 272 million followers to register to vote. “I’ve been extremely fortunate to see numerous of you guys at my recent US shows.” “I’ve observed you raise your voices, and I comprehend just how strong they are,” she wrote on Instagram. “Make certain that you’re equipped to use them in our elections this year!” Her now-defunct Instagram story featured a link to register to vote at Vote.org. The nonprofit organisation announced that it had registered over 35,000 new voters, an almost 25% rise over the same day last year. The organisation also reported a 115% increase in the number of 18-year-olds registered to vote. Vote.org CEO Andrea Hailey told NPR that it was a “highly optimistic sign of voter enthusiasm,” especially among young, newly eligible voters. “Time and again, young people have stood up and expressed their concern about their freedoms and access to the ballot box.” It’s impossible to estimate how many registrations were prompted directly by Swift’s post, Vote.org recorded a 1,226% increase in participation in the hour after Swift’s story’s release.