Biden campaign invokes Taylor Swift to knock Trump: ‘The smallest man who ever lived’

President Biden’s reelection campaign invoked megastar Taylor Swift to knock former President Trump on Friday, saying he had a tortured week.

The campaign used lyrics from her new album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” to set a split screen between the president’s and Trump’s week.

“Another tortured week for the smallest man who ever lived, Donald Trump,” the campaign said. “While President Biden spent the week taking his message to Florida!!! (the Taylor Swift references stop here folks) voters on the six-week abortion ban unleashed by Trump, receiving a key endorsement from building trades unions, and putting out more ads in battleground states.”

The campaign added, “On the other hand, a tired and ‘diminished’ Trump created a chaotic mess for himself and his campaign.”

It outlined that Trump went golfing Wednesday on his day off from court, lost more than 150,00 votes in Pennsylvania to former GOP candidate Nikki Haley, and said the courtroom in New York was too cold.

“It is an indictment on Trump that he won’t campaign, can’t message, and is driving voters away. His campaign advisors are distracted, his campaign is losing time, and it is burning money on everything but actually reaching voters. Keep it up, Donald,” Biden campaign spokesperson James Singer said in a statement.

The unabashed use of Swift’s lyrics follows the speculation over an endorsement for Biden from the singer and unfounded conspiracy theories that swirled around the Super Bowl about a joint effort with boyfriend Travis Kelce, who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs.

The New York Times reported in January that Biden’s campaign was actively seeking an endorsement from Swift, and Biden in February quipped he can neither confirm nor deny whether there’s a conspiracy between the two.

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