When asked about the "rumor" of a Senate run, she said, "I have considered it". Over the next six months or so, I [have to] find out where I can do a better job. "If there's one thing, I work very closely with a group called the American Unity Fund, that their sole objective, their mission statement is to get the Republican Party to do a better job when it comes to LGBT issues". But, unsure of where her activism will take her, Jenner said she didn't know whether she could have a more significant impact from inside the government or outside of it. "And yeah, but I would look for a senatorial run".
Jenner has been in the spotlight for decades - first as Bruce, an Olympic athlete and the long-suffering husband and father in the Kardashian reality television empire, and then as the activist who transitioned to Caitlyn in 2015, becoming one of the most famous transgender voices in the world. "That's kind of my issue".
If Jenner is successful, she is unlikely to be welcomed by everyone in the party, as her comments come two days after a GOP Congressman spoke out against the financial provision of gender reassignment for USA troops, comparing transgender troops to castrated slaves.
"Can I do a better job from the outside", she continued. Working the perimeter of the political scene? Or are you better off from the inside. While the 84-year-old Democrat has yet to announce whether she'll run again in 2018, Mehta wrote that "no prominent Republican candidate has publicly announced interest in the seat".
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"It will take awhile to change people's thinking". She explained that she's hoping the "perception" of the party can change from being beneficial to "rich, white, guys" to "the party of equality".
Jenner, an admitted Republican despite the party's open history of pushing back against LGBT advocates, told John Catsimatidis on AM 970 that she is absolutely considering getting more involved politically.
"I believe in little things like the Constitution".
However, she also said that her "deal-breaker with the Republican party" was that "if you mess with my community - you don't give us equality and a fair shot - I'm coming after you".
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