After voicing her disdain for the Trump administration, Taylor Swift got a sharp rebuke from Kellyanne Conway, who decided to snap back at the pop singer using one of her own songs.

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. At the time, Swift, who lives in Nashville, voiced her support for Phil Bredesen for the Senate and Jim Cooper for the House.

Swift's decision to endorse a candidate drew attention since she has mostly shunned politics.

“I would love to ask her audience if they even know what that is, [what] the Equality Act is and isn’t,” Conway said of Swift. “She’s welcome to her opinion. I can tell you there’s a lot of poison pills in it.”

Swift’s most recent criticism is based on Trump administration’s opposition to the Equality Act, which ensures protections for the LGBTQ community. She took it as far as starting an official White House petition demanding an answer as to why.

The Equality Act got through the House but failed in the Senate. A White House official said the "bill in its current form is filled with poison pills that threaten to undermine parental and conscience rights.”

Taylor Swift attends the 2019 InStyle And Warner Bros. Golden Globes After Party. Getty Images/Rich Fury