Caitlyn Jenner has consistently made headline news with her outspoken views on politics.
Since she first appeared on reality show “Keeping up with the Kardashians” in 2007 she has been very open about her desired path in life.
Prior to her reality star fame she was known as an Olympic gold medal winner in the men’s decathlon event at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal.
But many of us remember her more for the calm father figure to the Kardashian women.
She has six children with three wives and appeared on the show with her third wife Kris Jenner their daughters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and Kris’s other children Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, and Rob.
But after raising her children and step children for more than two decades she revealed in an interview with Grazia that she has become estranged from her ex-wife and step children.
“I don’t talk about that side of the family, I spent 23 years of my life with those kids – it’s difficult to talk about it, terribly terribly sad,” she said.
“I’ve lost all relationship with them, yes, I don’t talk to any of them anymore.”
The retired Olympian said she was still close with her biological kids but there is a lot of hurt when it comes to her step children.
Caitlyn and Kris married in 1991, and Caitlyn supported the kids through the death of their biological father Robert Kardashian, who passed away in 2003.
Eight years after Caitlyn first appeared in the reality TV show she came out as a trans woman in 2015 and is now known as one of the most famous transgender women in the world.
In her debut Vanity Fair interview as Caitlyn, she explained how liberating it felt to finally be open as a woman: “I have nothing left to hide. I am kind of a free person, a free soul. Up to this point, I would wear, you know, Bruce would wear sweatshirts with hoods on them so paparazzi can’t get pictures and all that kind of crap.”
Over the past few months the 71-year-old has turned her attention toward politics announcing that she was running for governor of California against Governor Gavin Newsom back in April.
“Californians want better and deserve better from their governor. For too long, career politicians have overpromised and underdelivered. We need a leader with a vision and the resolve to see it through,” the reality star said in a statement in April.
“This will be a campaign of solutions, providing a roadmap back to prosperity to turn this state around and finally clean up the damage Newsom has done to this state.”
As part of her campaign she has been very outspoken about the Biden administration, even going as far as saying she is “scared” by the direction the new president is taking.
If Jenner is elected she would be the first transgender governor in the United States, but as an outspoken Republican she has also reportedly put together a team that includes some of former POTUS Donald Trump’s advisers.
Now she has said that she would support the former president if he runs for election in 2024.
“If I was governor of the state of California… obviously, I would support him,” Jenner said in an interview on Fox News’ ‘Justice with Judge Jeanie’ on Saturday.
“Yes, I still would support Trump. I do not like what’s happening in this country right now,” Jenner added.
The show’s host, Jeanine Pirro, then asked Jenner whether she would support Trump even if she wasn’t elected as governor of California, to which she replied: “I still would support Trump.”
Jenner has been critical on the Republican party’s stance on LGBTQ issues which she said was “wrong” because the “reality is that the trans community is being relentlessly attacked” by Trump.
Jenner has used her public platform to campaign for the LGBTQ+ community especially when it comes to transgender children, gaining many awards for her campaigns to highlight issues affecting the trans community.
But she did come out against transgender girls competing in sports saying: “I oppose biological boys who are trans competing in girls’ sports in school. It just isn’t fair. And we have to protect girls’ sports in our schools.”
Jenner has been very critical of Biden since he came into office in January claiming he hasn’t done “anything for the American worker.”
“What I liked about Donald Trump is, he was a disruptor.
“He came in and shook the system up, OK? A lot of people didn’t like that in Washington, D.C., but he came in and shook the system up,” she said.
Yet earlier this month she said she wouldn’t want to be put in the same “box” as other republicans and that she wouldn’t want Trump’s endorsement during her campaign.
Going up against Jenner to take the helm of the world’s fifth-largest economy in the September 14th special election include YouTube star Kevin Paffrath and rapper Nickolas Wildstar.
It’s difficult to know what Caitlyn Jenner thinks about the former president; only time will tell as the race for California governor hottens up.
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