Watch: Caitlyn Jenner Says Trump Admin is 'the Worst' for LGBTQ Rights

Photo: Screenshot via KABC-TV

(EDGE) Things are finally clicking for Caitlyn Jenner.

The reality TV star spoke with Los Angeles news station KABC-TV this week, confessing the Trump administration is "by far the worst administration ever towards the LGBT community and particularly the trans community."

Her comments came while visiting with members of the St. John's Transgender Health Program in South L.A. 

Though Jenner has been an outspoken Republican and vocal about her support for President Donald Trump, it appears as though she's starting to see the light.

"I was hoping for a lot better than this. And I was somewhat optimistic and I thought this guy is going to be OK. He has totally, totally disappointed me," Jenner told KABC-TV.

Earlier this year, Jenner said she was "working behind the scenes" with members of the GOP and Trump administration to discuss LGBTQ issues. Nevertheless, she's be critical of the president for his actions regarding the LGBTQ community, taking issue with his ban on trans people serving in the military and Attorney General Jeff Sessions' move to reverse a policy protecting trans workers from discrimination. 


Jenner has also suggested that she is considering running for U.S. Senate in California. She spoke a bit about that when talking with KABC- TV.

"They're going to be around for the next almost four years. We just all have to gather together as a community and fight what they're doing because right now, they are by far the worst administration ever towards the LGBT community and particularly the trans community," she explained. "We've been, every year, trying to support as much as we can through the foundation financially because obviously the finances are important here." 

Watch KABC-TV's interview with Jenner below.

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