An unidentified source has told LGBTQ News that Caitlin Jenner, former Olympian and transgender reality television star, has been invited to Donald Trump’s Presidential inauguration.
Jenner is an outspoken conservative, and the source claims that she is currently looking for someone to accompany her to the inauguration.
In 2016, Jenner told The Advocate that she would like to be named America’s “Trans Ambassador” if then-presidential candidate Ted Cruz were to win the election.
“Let’ say [Cruz] goes on to be president,” Jenner told The Advocate in March. “And I have all my girls on a trans issues board to advise him on making decisions when it comes to trans issues … Yes, [I want to be] trans ambassador to the president of the United States, so we can say ‘Ted, love what you’re doing but here’s what’s going on.’”
She has not made any remark about the position of trans ambassador under a Trump administration.
Jenner’s spokesperson told LGBTQ Nation that they were “unaware, at the moment, of any details relating to this,” and declined to comment on whether Jenner has offered to work with the Trump administration.
So far, whether or not Jenner will be attending Trump’s inauguration is speculation. His inauguration will take place on Jan. 20.