CAITLYN Jenner is reportedly being advised by Trump’s former campaign manager, Brad Parscale as she is considering running for California governor.
Parscale is not a campaign manager, but is providing guidance on how to build a team if she runs, according to the New York Times.
Axios reported on Monday that Jenner is considering running, as California’s current governor, Gavin Newsom, is facing a recall election.
The former adviser was detained by the police in his own home and forced to be hospitalized several days before resigning after using a self-fencing gun in the house.
Jenner, who spent decades in the limelight, first as an Olympic gold medalist and then a reality TV star, also met Caroline Wren.
Wren, a longtime GOP fundraiser and Jenner met through her work with the American Unity Fund, a GOP nonprofit that focuses on LGBTQ issues, according to Axios.
Wren has also previously worked for Trump with Trump Victory, a joint fundraising committee for the former president’s 2020 campaign – and helped organize the rally he attended just before the January 6 attack on Capitol of America.
Jenner is widely known as a Republican, and even joked at the 2016 Republican National Conference that she “had more trouble being a Republican. I did when I transgender ”.
However, in 2020, the year that marks her fifth anniversary, she says she has “changed her political views.”
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Although she supported Trump in the past, she revoked that support in 2018.
She openly spoke against the former president’s stance on same-sex marriage with Diane Sawyer on the “20”, saying “I am 100% in favor of same-sex marriage, let’s get it clear now.”
She also publicly criticized Trump’s decision to reverse the directive about transgender people entering public school bathrooms on Twitter, calling it “a disaster”.