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Conway, senior counselor to the president and a frequent Trump surrogate, made the surreal singing rebuke after Swift used her platform at the MTV Video Music Awards to call for the passage of the Equality Act, a proposed LGBT non-discrimination law. I can tell you there’s a lot of poison pills in it.” Reaffirming the White House’s opposition to the proposed law, Conway said: “The president and the White House support equality.“But she’s welcome to have her opinion," Conway added.The singer's video asked Swifties to support the passage of the Equality Act bill, which would ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity; the bill has passed in the Democrat-controlled House but has stalled out in the Republican-led Senate.follows 16 people who are sent off to Hawaii for 10 months to find their “perfect match” in the hopes of winning

Conway, senior counselor to the president and a frequent Trump surrogate, made the surreal singing rebuke after Swift used her platform at the MTV Video Music Awards to call for the passage of the Equality Act, a proposed LGBT non-discrimination law. I can tell you there’s a lot of poison pills in it.” Reaffirming the White House’s opposition to the proposed law, Conway said: “The president and the White House support equality.“But she’s welcome to have her opinion," Conway added.The singer's video asked Swifties to support the passage of the Equality Act bill, which would ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity; the bill has passed in the Democrat-controlled House but has stalled out in the Republican-led Senate.follows 16 people who are sent off to Hawaii for 10 months to find their “perfect match” in the hopes of winning $1 million to split.  MTV.com reports that for the show’s 8th season, contestants will seek their soulmate without any gender limitations.The show is even set to feature a new relationship expert, Dr.White House counselor Kellyanne Conway’s attempt to diss Taylor Swift following her politically charged acceptance speech at the MTV VMAs 2019 inadvertently saw her mocking President Donald Trump.

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Conway, senior counselor to the president and a frequent Trump surrogate, made the surreal singing rebuke after Swift used her platform at the MTV Video Music Awards to call for the passage of the Equality Act, a proposed LGBT non-discrimination law. I can tell you there’s a lot of poison pills in it.” Reaffirming the White House’s opposition to the proposed law, Conway said: “The president and the White House support equality.

“But she’s welcome to have her opinion," Conway added.

The singer's video asked Swifties to support the passage of the Equality Act bill, which would ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity; the bill has passed in the Democrat-controlled House but has stalled out in the Republican-led Senate.

follows 16 people who are sent off to Hawaii for 10 months to find their “perfect match” in the hopes of winning $1 million to split.  MTV.com reports that for the show’s 8th season, contestants will seek their soulmate without any gender limitations.

The show is even set to feature a new relationship expert, Dr.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway’s attempt to diss Taylor Swift following her politically charged acceptance speech at the MTV VMAs 2019 inadvertently saw her mocking President Donald Trump.

million to split.  MTV.com reports that for the show’s 8th season, contestants will seek their soulmate without any gender limitations.The show is even set to feature a new relationship expert, Dr.White House counselor Kellyanne Conway’s attempt to diss Taylor Swift following her politically charged acceptance speech at the MTV VMAs 2019 inadvertently saw her mocking President Donald Trump.

Appearing on Tuesday night, Conway defended the administration’s position against the Equality Act, which Swift vocally supports, by belting out into “You Need to Calm Down,” a song that lyrically and visually supports LGBTQ rights.

Conway’s jab against Swift comes after Swift's acceptance speech during Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards in which the 29-year-old won Video of the Year for “You Need to Calm Down.” Swift then took a moment to criticize President Trump and the White House for not doing more to protect and promote equality.

Appearing Wednesday morning on Fox News, Conway sang a small portion of “You Need to Calm Down.” Conway also pointed to Swift’s own history with voicing her political stance, specifically the 2018 Democratic Primary in Tennessee.

Marsha Blackburn is our United States senator now.” Conway also took a jab at Swift’s fanbase, stating, “I would love to ask her audience if they even know what that is, [what] the Equality Act is and isn’t. I can tell you there’s a lot of poison pills in it.” Conway’s jabs came after Swift accepted the award for Video of the Year at Monday night’s VMAs, using the opportunity to once again voice her support for the Equality Act, which protects the LGBTQ community from discrimination in public spaces.

During her speech, she stated, “I personally reject the President’s stance that his administration ‘supports equal treatment of all,’ but that the Equality Act, ‘in its current form is filled with poison pills that threaten to undermine parental conscience rights.’” She added that the White Houses’ take “implies that there is something morally wrong with being anything other than heterosexual and cisgender.” ----- Wait wait!

She took it as far as starting an official White House petition demanding an answer as to why.