Transgender reality television star, Caitlyn Jenner, is "considering" running for the senate in California.
She continued, "Over the next six months or so, I gotta find out where I can do a better job. I like the political side of it", Jenner told a radio interviewer. 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.
Nothing seems to be set in stone, but she did add, "I would look for a senatorial run".
Caitlyn Jenner is the latest celebrity to float a run for political office in the age of President Donald Trump.
Should Jenner seek election as a Republican, she would be attempting to break a long run of futility for the party in California.
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"There's a rumor that you want to run for the United States Senate in California", radio-show host John Catsimatidis, the supermarket mogul and political gadfly, 68, prodded Jenner on the NY station WNYM-AM's "The Answer" on Sunday.
In June, Jenner did a deeper dive into her politics with USA Today.
"Can I do a better job on the outside?"
Jenner, a longtime Republican, has supported President Donald Trump but criticised him earlier this year after he made a decision to roll back Obama-era protections for transgender students, The Hill reported. "If I believe I can't, either by health or any other way, I won't, but as long as I believe I can, I will", Feinstein said.
Caitlyn Jenner's next big event: Politics?
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". "Right now, I think they're obviously unstoppable because we have the Senate, we have Congress, we've got the executive branch, we've got the governors. we've just got to change people's perception".