Caitlyn Jenner, who has recently shared some controversial opinions on transgender sports, says that coming out as trans to her family wasn’t as bad as revealing she’s running for governor.
In an interview with Fox 11 Los Angeles, the former Olympian opened up about her famous family’s reaction to her stepping into the world of politics.
The 71-year-old revealed: “I’ve talked to all my family about running for governor and to be honest with you, it was easier to come out as trans than as a Republican candidate for governor, it was a lot tougher to sell.”
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Jenner then shared her thoughts on Kim Kardashian training to become a lawyer, saying she’s done ‘an amazing job with criminal justice reform’.
She added: “I have not asked her to be involved in my campaign, but I guarantee you, as time goes on and I become governor, I’m sure she’ll have my ear…”
Previously, Jenner has admitted that she wants the death penalty to be brought back to California.
“I am in favour of the death penalty,” she admitted in a chat with CNN.
In an interview with Vogue, the 40-year-old said: “Abolishing the death penalty is, like, so high up my list.”
She continued: “And as I have clients that, you know, have gone through close situations like Julius Jones in Oklahoma City that I’m really fighting for.
“It really makes you stop and just feel that you can’t sit still until they right all of these wrongs.”
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