Caitlyn Jenner doesn't regret voting for Trump despite his LGBT 'mistakes'

According to CNN, at an appearance at Manhattan's 92nd Street Y community center Monday night, Jenner said she was planning her own response if Trump and Republicans continue to "screw up".

Caitlyn Jenner also talked about his political ideas and thoughts against Donald Trump in her book.

Though she praised Trump's 2012 statement allowing Jenna Talackova, a Canadian transgender beauty queen, to compete in Miss Universe should she do well in the Miss Universe Canada competition, Jenner noted that she had loyalty to her community over the Republican Party and the president. Jenner explained in her memoirs that some of her words have been taken out of context and she has been further alienated from the LGBT community.

The self-described conservative Republican and a faithful Christian added: "But the good news is, I don't have any more secrets". Here they are, ranked from "I'm sorry, what?" to "Girl, bye".

Jenner had revealed that she had "the soul of a female" nearly two years ago in her interview with Diane Sawyer of ABC.

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She went on to say that she "blasted" the President over this decision, despite it being a good guideline for states to follow. "And if that's the case, if I find it's on the inside, I would seriously look at it". "It is the most rewarding, freeing spirit.basically I played it in the shadows. I believe in the Republican side of it", she said.

When asked if she would consider running for office at her event on Tuesday, Jenner laughed, saying, "I've got way too many skeletons in my closet".

Caitlyn Jenner proclaimed her support for Donald Trump back when she told the Stat magazine that the real estate mogul was "very much for women" and "behind the LGBT community because of what happened in North Carolina with the bathroom issue".

Well, it wouldn't be the first time Jenner has seen something on the outside and decided it's better on the inside. Or at least, while promoting her memoir, "The Secrets of My Life". I believe in limited government. My loyalty is not with the Republican party. On April 24, she stated that her loyalties ultimately belonged to the transgender community.

'I like lower taxes. "I believe in minimal government, and so Republicans have done a better job in that direction".

  • Carlos Nash