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The 34-year-old "Rain on Me" singer is poised to campaign with the Democratic presidential nominee in swing-state Pennsylvania on Monday, joining him at a drive-in rally in Pittsburgh. She released a series of videos and social media posts in recent days voicing her support for the former vice president.


Trump took notice, tweeting early Monday morning:


The performer, born Stefani Germanotta, responded to an earlier statement from Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh that dubbed her an "anti-fracking activist" and knocked Biden as prioritizing "the desires of the liberal Hollywood elite and the radical left."

Gaga was reportedly part of a group called Artists Against Fracking founded by Yoko Ono in 2012.

Trump and his campaign have consistently argued that Biden would end fracking if elected, a move they say would hurt voters in states such as Pennsylvania.

Biden has insisted he would not ban all fracking. The ex-VP has proposed banning new gas and oil permits on federal land, which only accounts for a small percentage of the industry.