Caitlyn Jenner Says She Has "Considered" a Senate Run


In an interview with AM 970's John Catsimatidis Sunday, the I Am Cait star and former Olympic gold medalist said she was in the "process of determining" whether to run for public office or not.

She says "I have considered it (politics). [I] gotta find out where I can do a better job". "... I would much rather convince Republicans to do better with (LGBT) issues than to try to convince Democrats to lower taxes and have less regulations and less government". So, it seems like Republican reality stars think they can take a shot at politics and succeed! "Kind of working the perimeter of the political scene, being open to talk to anybody?" she revealed her questions about entering the policial race. Incumbent Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D), who has held the seat since 1992, is very popular in California, but it's not clear whether Feinstein, who is 84 years old and the oldest member of the Senate, will run for reelection in 2018. "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!"

In April she hosted an event titled Imagining Men & Women: Caitlyn Jenner On Transgender Identity And Courage, where she spoke about her political leanings.

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. She said the party would be "unstoppable".

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For her part, Jenner would likely put pressure on the traditional Republican ideology.

Jenner running probably won't change the broader perception of the party amongst LGBT voters; only 21 percent of polled LGBT Americans lean Republican or identity as Republican.

"I hope to change the perception of the Republican Party", she said, "and make it the party of equality".

"I liked Bruce. He was a good person". "Give the people of this country the freedom to go out into the work force without tons and tons and tons and tons of regulations".