Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Caitlyn Jenner Considering California Senate Run

Caitlyn Jenner Considering California Senate Run

Caitlyn Jenner is very interested in a potential run for the U.S. Senate, according to an interview aired Sunday morning. "I like the political side of it", Jenner, a Republican, told John Catsimatidis on the "Cats Roundtable" radio show on 970 AM. Jenner also mentioned her involvement with the American Unity Fund who helps the Republican party improve on LGBT issues. "I like the political side of it", she said. Indeed, now that America is being governed by a former reality TV star, more and more entertainers appear to be emboldened to enter the political fray nearly daily. "Working the perimeter of the political scene?" she told Catsimatidis. She disclosed that she would like to take a seat in senate representing California.

Jenner noted politics has always been "very intriguing" for her and explained that over the next six months she's going to be identifying where she can be of the most use for her causes. "I concede she is better at playing politics than I am so I'll keep doing what I do best, which is being a voice for tax paying, hardworking AMERICANS and letting politicians like her know that We the People are sick and exhausted of their bulls-t!" "I would hope in the next generation that we can change the perception of the Republican party, and make it the party of equality".

Caitlyn Jenner has recently confessed her desire to give politics a shot as she is looking for new opportunities to make a bigger impact on the world.

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Jenner, who came out as transgender in 2015, has previously hinted several times at the possibility of running for office.

Jenner, 67, is a supporter of President Donald Trump, which would likely be an issue in a state the president lost by more than 4 million votes. "I don't believe in government".

In 2016, the former Olympic champion attended the Republican National Convention, where she joked about the alleged contradiction between her political beliefs and gender status.

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