The former male Olympic athlete and reality TV personality announced her bid for governor after a recall election was triggered in California for a historic second time in state history, challenging sitting Governor Gavin Newsom.
Republican candidate for California governor Caitlyn Jenner has weighed in on former President Donald Trump’s stint in the Oval Office, assessing him favourably as a “disruptor”.
The transgender former reality TV star who married into the wealthy Kardashian family appeared on Fox News’ “Hannity” on 5 May to expound on some of her positions regarding the economy, immigration and other partisan issues, while acknowledging that she was “an outsider”.
When asked by Sean Hannity about her assessment of ex-POTUS Donald Trump, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, the retired former Olympic gold medal-winning decathlete said:
During the 2016 presidential campaign, lifelong Republican Jenner had been quick to endorse fellow reality TV star Trump.
Donald Trump was the host of The Apprentice, an American reality television program that judged the business skills of a group of contestants, for the first fourteen seasons.
However, Jenner, who publicly came out as a trans-woman in April 2015, apparently broke with Trump after he enacted a ban against transgender people in the military, writing in an op-ed in The Washington Post in October that year:
Looking back on that time, Jenner seemed to acknowledge certain…