Taylor Swift’s kiss of death for Democrats as her pick for Tennessee senate Phil Bredesen thrashed by 26 points in US midterm elections

TAYLOR Swift proved to be a kiss of death for the Democrats on US midterm election night.

The Blank Space singer backed Tennessee candidate’s Phil Bredesen bid for senate – only for him to be thrashed.

Taylor Swift proved to be the kiss of death for the Democrats after backing the wrong candidate

Bredesen lost to incumbent Republican Marsha Blackburn by 26 points – 62 percent to 36 percent.

Last month she kicked Donald Trump in the ballots by urging her fans to vote against him in the US midterm elections.

And Swift took to Instagram on Election Day, posing for a photo with a Bredesen campaign sign as she encouraged her followers to vote.

She spoke out after Trump said he liked her music “25 per cent less”after she declared her allegiance to the Democrats.

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Trump pledged his support for the Republican candidate in Tennessee, Marsha Blackburn[/caption]

Taylor posted this image on Instagram on election day, urging people to vote for Bredesen

Trump countered by backing Blackburn saying “she’s doing a great job in Tennessee, and I doubt Taylor Swift knows anything about her,”

The singer had criticised Blackburn’s views on LGBTQ rights, adding she feels “any form of discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender is WRONG”.

She said: “I cannot vote for someone who will not be willing to fight for dignity for ALL Americans, no matter their skin colour, gender or who they love.”

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Taylor posted an Instagram video urgin fans to go vote Democrat[/caption]

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Phil Bredesen conceded his candidacy after being trounced in the polls[/caption]

The elections will determine whether Republicans keep control of the US Congress.

Trump and the Republicans are at great risk of losing the House of Representatives – which could paralyse his presidency.

While Trump is not on the ballot, this election is widely seen as a referendum on his time in office.

Emboldened Democrats have a chance to win majorities in Republican-controlled Congress — which is made up of two houses, the House Of Representatives and the Senate.

In the week before Tuesday’s elections, the president has hosted no less than 11 rallies in eight states as he sought to pump prime support for the Republicans.

If Trump’s party lost control of the house, his opponents could lift the lid on his personal finances, spark fresh investigations into his alleged links to Russia and even trigger an impeachment.

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