Caitlyn Jenner has said that she would ‘still support’ Donald Trump if he ran for the presidency again in 2024.
The former Olympian, who came out as transgender in 2015, was discussing running for the governor of California on Fox News’s Justice with Judge Jeanie when she made the comment.
She said: “Yes, I still would support Trump. I do not like what’s happening in this country right now.
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“If I was governor of the state of California… obviously, I would support him.”
When the show’s host, Jeanine Pirro, then asked the 71-year-old whether she would have been in favour of him even if she wasn’t elected as governor, she replied: “I still would support Trump.”
Previously, Jenner has blasted the former president after hearing his thoughts on LGBTQ issues.
Back in 2018, she argued there was ‘fertile ground for change within the Republican Party,’ as the ‘reality is that the trans community is being relentlessly attacked’ by Trump.
Despite this, Jenner has shared her own controversial thoughts about trans sports in the past.
Most recently, she said only ‘truly trans’ females should be allowed to compete in girls’ school sports.
At the time, she said: “What I would do as governor, I would put together a commission.
“And trans women, who are truly trans, who at a very young age, you know, started proper medical treatment, they’ve grown up as girls, of course, they should be able to compete in girl’s sports.
“But some guy who hasn’t done any therapy, who hasn’t done anything, there has to be a review board.
“And I would be the first governor to put together a review board to review each case.”
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