Senator Jenner? It could be more of a possibility than you think

Glen Mclaughlin
July 17, 2017

"I like the political side of it", Jenner told show host John Catsimatidis on a radio program Sunday.

"For me, philosophically, I'm on the Republican side".

"Can I do a better job from the outside?" Can I do a better job from the outside? "Working the perimeter of the political scene?" she told Catsimatidis. If she did run and win, though, Jenner would become the first openly transgender senator.

In June, USA TODAY reported on Jenner's political views and her on-again, off-again relationship with Trump. "I like the political side of it", Jenner said on AM 970 in NY.

While nothing is official at the moment, it appears as though things could be in the works. As an outspoken Republican and transgender activist (almost an oxymoron), Caitlyn says that she wants to see the Republican party do "a better job" at handling issues that directly impact the LGBTQ community.

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This comes only a few days after rumors of a Kid Rock Senate run.

"I think the Republican party if they can overcome this and be the party of equality I think they're unstoppable", she said. Jenner, a Republican, talked about limited government, a speech to College Republicans, and what a more inclusive LGBT agenda would mean for the future of the party.

Should Jenner seek election as a Republican, she would be attempting to break a long run of futility for the party in California.

Jenner, who came out as a transgender woman in 2015, has criticized Trump for ending an Obama-era directive to allow transgender students access to public school bathrooms of their chosen gender. "If I believe I can't, either by health or any other way, I won't, but as long as I believe I can, I will", Feinstein said.

Young adults worry that opening the door to bare-bones insurance plans will make the more comprehensive coverage they know now too expensive or even unavailable. "And if that's the case, if I find us on the insider, I would seriously look at it".

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