- Jenner speaks about her life as a woman in a 20/20 interview to air Friday
- In the interview she ‘won’t hold back’ and lashes out at the Republican Party
- She says that she will ‘come after’ the party if they mess with her community
- Jenner also says that she’s ‘100 per cent behind gay marriage’
- She is a long-time member of the Republican party and voted for Trump in 2016
The 67-year-old issued a warning to the party in her 20/20 interview, which will air Friday, saying that she will ‘come after’ them if they mess with her community.
When asked whether or not she still supports President Donald Trump, she said: ‘The deal breaker is you mess with my community, you do the wrong thing with our community, you don’t give us equality and a fair shot, I’m coming after you’.
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Two years after Caitlyn Jenner came out as transgender in an interview with Diane Sawyer, she’s back to make it clear where she stands when it comes to gay marriage and the Republican party
She claims that she will be coming after the Republican party if they mess with her community
In the interview Jenner, who was an avid Trump supporter, claims that she will be coming after the Republican party if they mess with her community and and don’t diversify their stance on LGBTQ rights.
Jenner then went on to address the members of the LGBTQ community serving in the military, saying: ‘We have front line people; I’m talking marines, trans guys, on the front line, fighting for our country.
‘I’m trying to get especially the Republican party to make a change.’
Jenner, who is an outspoken Republican, also clarified her views on gay marriage, telling Sawyer: ‘I am 100 per cent behind gay marriage. Let’s clear that up right now’.
Jenner has for a long time been an outspoken Republican, and was an adamant supporter of President Trump before the 2016 election
She has for a long time been an outspoken Republican, and was an adamant supporter of President Trump before the 2016 election. She voted for the now-President, and attended many of his inauguration events.
Jenner even spoke at the Republican National Convention in July of 2016 and attended the Liberty Ball at Trump’s inauguration.
Jenner even spoke at the Republican National Convention in July of 2016 and attended the Liberty Ball at Trump’s inauguration
In April of 2016, Jenner praised Trump for saying that transgender people should be able to use whatever bathroom they choose, Jenner filmed herself going into the women’s bathroom at New York’s Trump International Hotel and Tower.
Jenner went on to praise Trump for being ‘very much behind the LGBT community’ in a chat with STAT last June.
However, things started to sour in February when Trump’s administration announced that it lifted federal guidelines that said transgender students should be allowed to use public school bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identity.
She posted a video, saying: ‘I have a message for President Trump, from, well, one Republican to another. This is a disaster. And you can still fix it. You made a promise to protect the LGBTQ community. Call me.’
Since January, she said she has not spoken to Trump, but said hat he invited her play golf with him and that ‘at the time, I thought it was a good idea, but since Title IX it’s not a good idea’.