- Joe Biden declined to comment on whether Taylor Swift’s endorsement would come before the 2024 election.
- The president appeared on Seth Meyers’ late-night show on Monday, marking his 10th year on the air.
Joe Biden jokingly avoided confirming or denying his relationship with Taylor Swift during an appearance Monday night on Late Night With Seth Meyers.
The president, 81, joked that a possible endorsement from the world’s most famous singer remains a “classified” matter.
Biden is suffering from record low approval numbers and is therefore using every tool in his arsenal to reach voters before November.
To that end, there is a semi-viral conspiracy theory online that the president and his campaign will use potential endorsements from Swift and her NFL boyfriend, Travis Kelce, to reach Generation Z, NFL fans and everyone others to change the elections in favor of the Democrats.
Meyers questioned Biden about the conspiracy and said, ‘I’ve got you right here at the critical point.’ Can you confirm or deny that there is an active conspiracy between you and Ms. Swift?
POTUS, who is launching a full re-election campaign, made a rare late-night appearance to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Meyers’ late-night show.
Meyers questioned the president about whether he will receive the endorsement of the world’s most popular singer, Taylor Swift, in the coming months.
Wearing his trademark pair of Ray Bans, Biden responded: “Where do you get this information? It’s classified.”
He also noted that the country-turned-pop singer previously endorsed him in 2020.
When Meyers asked him if he planned to endorse him again, he said, “I told you it’s classified.”
POTUS, who is putting things into full re-election mode on the campaign trail, made a rare late-night appearance to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Meyers’ late-night show.
Earlier this month, Biden opted to forgo the traditional presidential pre-Super Bowl interview.
The opt-out came as criticism of Biden’s age and mental faculties mounts in the wake of dozens of instances of apparent public confusion, verbal errors and a Justice Department report that highlighted the aging leader’s poor memory.
Sporting his signature pair of Ray Bans, Biden told Meyers, “Where are you getting this information? It’s classified,” regarding T-Swift’s endorsement.
Biden, at 81 the oldest leader in US history, also addressed concerns about his age, saying: “You have to take a look at the other guy, he’s about the same age as me, but he doesn’t remember.” his wife’s name.” ‘
It was an apparent reference to Donald Trump’s appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference outside Washington last weekend, when the former president praised his wife Melania and also referenced “Mercedes”: Mercedes Schlapp, his former assistant who helps lead the group and was in the audience.
Some on social media, as well as Meyers in his monologue, suggested that Trump had used the wrong name for his wife.