After Caitlyn Jenner asserted on her reality series that “the country is over” if Hillary Clinton is elected, the TV personality has now shared a photo of herself with the Democratic presidential candidate.
The 66-year-old posted the photo to Twitter, along with two hashtags: “#learningfrommygirls” and “#willingtolisten.” In the photo, Jenner and Clinton are shown with actress Candis Cayne and artist Zackary Drucker — two other prominent transgender women.
In a teaser for an episode of I Am Cait, Chandi Moore asked Jenner about Republican candidate Donald Trump. Jenner said she isn’t fond of his “macho attitude,” before adding, “It doesn’t mean he wouldn’t be good for women’s issues. I think he would be very good for women’s issues.”
The conversation then shifted to Clinton. “If Hillary becomes President, the country is over,” Jenner said.
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