The latest round of celebrity endorsements for The American Conservatives is underway, and one of the stars who jumped in on the bandwagon was the star of the show, Lady Gaga.
The celebrity endorsement campaign was announced by the Republican Party, and while there are no official details on who they will be endorsing or who they intend to be endorsing, the endorsements of the most prominent Republicans are certainly notable.
Lady Gaga announced her intention to endorse the Republican party, and in a statement released on Sunday, she described herself as a feminist.
She said that “feminism is a word that is used by people of faith, but for those of us who have worked in politics for decades, it’s not.
And it’s been the exact opposite.
It’s been a life changing experience.”
Lady Gaga also expressed her disappointment in President Donald Trump’s response to the attack on a mosque in Quebec.
She called on him to take a stand against Islamophobia, which she said “is a hate crime against Muslims, a hate offense against all people.”
President Trump, however, responded to Lady Gaga’s endorsement by saying “She wants to make me a feminist and that’s OK.
While the president has been criticized by many for his response to attacks on Muslims and women in the United States, Lady Gaga has been praised for her stand against bigotry.
In a statement, Lady C said that the President’s statement was “so out of line with the words he has spoken and the deeds he has done to our country and the people of our country.”
President Donald Trump, on the other hand, called Lady Gaga “one of the best singers I know,” and he said that he was “thrilled” to see her support for the Republican cause.