Republicans this week downplayed pop star Taylor Swift's foray into politics by saying she had little to do with surging voter registration, and said they'd be happy to give her the "facts" about Democrats that might make her flip her political allegiance.

Swift this week endorsed two Democratic candidates in her home state of Tennessee on Sunday, the first time she had ever made a political comment as a pop music giant. On Tuesday, she called on fans to vote during an acceptance speech at the American Music Awards, but didn't say how they should vote. attributed a significant increase in voter registrations both nationally and in Tennessee to Swift’s encouragement to vote, but Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said Swift might be getting too much credit.

“I think you can’t attribute all those registrations to Taylor Swift,” McDaniel told Fox Business on Wednesday. “I know she’s very powerful, but it was the last day of registration, and we usually see an uptick.”

McDaniel, who said she’s a fan of Swift’s, also invited the pop star to the Republican National Committee headquarters to educate her about Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn. In Sunday’s endorsement of Senate candidate Phil Bredesen and House of Representatives candidate Jim Cooper, Swift wrote that Blackburn’s voting record “appalls and terrifies me.”

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“I don't think she had the facts. I think we could go give Taylor an education, and she'd come out on our side,” McDaniel said.

Earlier this week, Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk questioned whether someone else wrote Swift’s endorsement.

“What I used to love about Taylor Swift is she stayed away from politics,” he said on Fox News.

Even as Republicans questioned Swift’s political knowledge, they welcomed rapper Kanye West’s favorable comments toward President Trump.

While wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat, the rapper praised Trump during a “Saturday Night Live” appearance last weekend.

“This is an amazingly profound cultural moment,” Kirk declared during a separate appearance on Fox News. “What I love about Kanye West is that he has been blazing this trail, saying it's OK to think freely, it's OK to oppose the status quo, and in fact what makes America the greatest country in the world is free-thinking.”

West is scheduled to meet with President Trump and the president’s son-in-law and White House adviser Jared Kushner on Thursday.

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway praised West for being able to “communicate parts of the president’s agenda that he agrees with and that he’s willing to fight for.” She said she hopes West will join the administration’s efforts in combating the opioid crisis because someone of “his stature” could bolster the cause.

The president has routinely praised West on Twitter. On Monday, Trump said he “likes Taylor’s music about 25 percent less” after her Democratic endorsements.