Caitlyn Jenner has said she would support Donald Trump if he were to run for president again in 2024

Caitlyn Jenner has said she would support Donald Trump if he were to run for president again in 2024

Caitlyn Jenner says she would support Donald Trump on a show aired by host Jeanine Pirro on Fox News if he were to run for U.S. president in 2024

Caitlyn Jenner has said she would support Donald Trump if he were to run for president again in 2024

On a show aired Saturday on Fox News, host Jeanine Pirro quizzed her on whether Trump should run again. “That’s his decision,” was Jenner’s big response.

“Would you support him if he did?” host Pirro asked, to which Jenner responded, “If he were governor of the state of California, obviously I would support him.”

The former reality TV star is aiming to replace Democrat Gavin Newsom in Sacramento by running for governor of California. “I don’t like what’s going on in this country right now,” Jenner told Fox News.

“We always try to put everybody in a box. Like, ‘You’re white, you’re black, you’re a Republican, you’re a Democrat.

Jenner is set to appear on Australia’s Celebrity Big Brother and has denied that it will interfere with her bid to become governor of California.

In fact she recently took to her 3.4 million Twitter followers to put to rest rumors that she had abandoned her campaign efforts, just two months before the Sept. 14 election in California.

In another interview, Jenner told Elex Michaelson that it was easier to come out as trans than as a Republican gubernatorial candidate.

“I talked to my whole family about running for governor and, to be honest, it was easier to come out as trans than it was as a Republican candidate for governor,” Caitlyn Jenner said for Fox 11.

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