Caitlyn Jenner: Donald Trump ‘would be very good for women’s issues’


As we already know, Caitlyn Jenner is a Republican. Like, she’s a die-hard Republican who doesn’t even acknowledge the giant, gaping flaws in her party’s platform, mostly that the GOP is not an ally to the LGBTQ community. We’re learning more about Caitlyn’s political thoughts because of the new season (the second season) of I Am Cait, which apparently features scene after scene of Caitlyn arguing with her new girlfriends about politics. Previously, Caitlyn told her friends that she wants to be President Ted Cruz’s trans ambassador and policy adviser. She also said that Hillary Clinton couldn’t care less about women,” and that Hillary – not Cruz, Trump or any Republican – is not an ally to the trans community. Seriously. Well, in Sunday’s episode of I Am Cait, the discussion continues. And it’s still bad.

Caitlyn Jenner is revealing what she thinks about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Sunday’s I Am Cait. The 66-year-old is on the bus with her squad when they get into a heated debate about politics.

“What do you think of Donald Trump?” Chandi Moore asks Caitlyn. “Um, I’m not a big fan because I think of his macho attitude,” Caitlyn explains. “I think he would have a hard time with women when he doesn’t even realize it, and it doesn’t mean he wouldn’t be good for women’s issues, I think he would be very good for women’s issues.”

“Kill me now,” Jenny Boylan replies. “Someone kill me now.”

“I don’t think he’s out there to destroy women or takes things away or do any of that kind of stuff,” Caitlyn says.

Kate Bornstein then asks Caitlyn, “Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump?”

“Oh my God yes I would never ever ever vote for Hillary,” Caitlyn reveals. “We’re done, if Hillary becomes President, the country is over.”

Caitlyn then goes on to call Hillary a “f–king liar” and a “political hack.”

[From E! News]

I watched the clip (below) and I actually feel sorry for Caitlyn’s girlfriends. They shouldn’t have to take on the Sisyphean task of trying to convince Cait that there’s an extreme cognitive dissonance between her politics and who she is as a trans woman. It’s like talking to a wall!! And since I watched the clip, let me tell you – Jenny Bolyan is really tired of Cait’s BS. She’s really done with it. #FreeJennyBoylan.


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  1. Wiffie says:


    • minx says:

      I know. White man’s privilege in a woman’s body.

    • Denisemich says:

      So.. Caitlyn is officially 100x worse than Bruce.

      I can’t believe this woman.

      I also question this die hard Republican stance. Is Kris Jenner a Republican? Why did no one hear of this before either? How do you let your woman and inner Republican out at the same time?

      • Snappyfish says:

        I remember when Bruce first became Caitlyn & there was talk of Caitlyn being a much better person than Bruce. As if they were completely separate people. Well apparently Caitlyn is a horribly misogynistic white privileged bigot. Who knew?

        The depths of this ignorance is frankly unfathomable. I am surprised that someone (publicist, family etc.) hasn’t said something about these ridiculous & false statements & suggest that maybe she should put a sock in it

      • Denisemich says:

        This is not the first time a b rated star transitioned and had hateful things to say.

        I think it became apparent that Chaz (formerly Chasity Bono) is a misogynist once he transitioned. His girlfriend dumped him because it was really horrible.

      • Jayna says:

        @Denisemich, Chaz’s girlfriend dumped him because she saw a change in him when he started taking the heavy doses of testosterone, etc., to give him more male characteristics. She said it changed him. He was more aggressive, etc. She was in love with a woman, and the soft sweet woman was gone. She didn’t like what those medications did to him personalitywise.

      • Stacey says:

        There was a report that Kris Jenner and the Kardashian daughters are all supporting Hillary, but that – to my knowledge – hasn’t been confirmed.

      • holly hobby says:

        Yes I remember the Caitlyn/Bruce personality bifurcation. Really that is wishful thinking on her part. It doesn’t matter what she looks like because the beliefs and values don’t change when someone changes their appearance. I actually snickered when she compartmentalized the good things (Cait) and bad things (Bruce).

        it’s all you Cait/Bruce!

      • Denisemich says:

        @Jayna, I am sorry but …..

        Taking testosterone may make you aggressive, it does not make you say hateful or demeaning things about women. Google Chaz Bono… it is all in print.

  2. Elisabeth says:

    I have a hard time with Caitlyn’s opinions on being a woman when I’ve been one longer than her.

    • LadyJane says:

      Good for her for what she has done for trans people, but seriously – overall – she is an idiot.

      • K says:

        Question what has she truly done? Has she made the situation better? Has she raised awareness to the horrible situation that goes on for people that are transgender (I’m assuming there is one based on a Laverne Cox interview)?

        No she hasn’t she’s played I’m famous!! she has made it seem like being a woman is all about heels, makeup, clothes and hair. Which is beyond offensive, im not just nothing but loreal commercial- I am a complex intelligent capable person with wants needs and ambitions. All Caitlyn has done is play dress up!!! She hasn’t touched on a single thing.

      • The Eternal Side-Eye says:

        THANK YOU K.

        The only thing Caitlyn has done is made the more clueless in society know transgender isn exists…and that transgender individuals can be blind hypocritical idiots with no sense of the world around them.

        I’m sure the LGBTQ party is eternally grateful for her contributions.

      • Sarah(too) says:

        What did she do for trans women, other than be high profile and come out? I’m not trying to minimize it, but since she came out and started living, what has she done? Seriously asking here. She’s made comments (apparently without looking in a mirror) that trans women should avoid looking like a man in a dress. She’s supporting Ted Cruz (who is the most anti-gay GOP candidate by FAR). She’s said kind words about Trump now. She’s clueless. The comment about white man’s privilege in a woman’s body is spot on. She’s an idiot.

    • Darkladi says:

      WORD. You’re embarrassing yourself, Caity.

    • littlemissnaughty says:

      The thing is, there are plenty of women who were actually born in a female body who would sign off on everything she says. It’s not a matter of having lived a man’s life for so long. It’s a matter of being an a**hole.

    • Lizzie McGuire says:

      See the thing is she transitioned but her ideals didn’t change, she was always a very conservative person. Which is ironic seeing as how her family acts all the time, but she never was ok with Kim k’s sex tape & I remember an episode where they went to Mexico(?) for a Maxim photoshoot & she went to interrupt it because she thought it was distasteful. Let me tell you from all the photo shoots the Kardashians have done that one was not distasteful, they were wearing bikinis & it was not suggestive posses or anything.

      I think people thought she would grasp what the real issues are & the struggle that the trans community & women have, but she has never struggled for anything in her life not as much as all these women have.

  3. Izzy says:

    Delusional AF.

  4. tegteg says:


    I HATE her. There, I said it. Such a flipping idiot.

    • Tate says:

      She is pretty awful.

      • tegteg says:

        If she had her way, she would set women back a hundred years and would probably be happy about it. She just wants to get her hair done and wear pretty dresses, but deep down she’s a privileged, conservative white man and always will be. I hate that she’s getting this platform. She doesn’t deserve it.

      • doofus says:

        “I hate that she’s getting this platform. She doesn’t deserve it.”

        more and more, I agree with you. Let’s give it to people who actually care about other LGBT people (like Ms. Cox and the Wachowski sisters) and not just about their own experience.

      • Redgrl says:

        Tegteg – exactly!

      • The Eternal Side-Eye says:

        Tegteg –

        Exactly. Caitlyn is starting to read like a desperate trophy wife unhappy she can’t live out some perfect mind numbing Barbie doll existance.

      • Stacey says:

        The thing is that Jenner will never be accepted by the GOP. The hard-core right wingers and white supremacist faction of the party thinks she’s a disgusting pervert/freak. She can support Trump and Cruz all she wants. Their supporters would freak out if they ever had Caitlyn Jenner campaign for them. Ted Cruz was recently introduced at an event by a preacher who thinks gays and transgenders should be killed. Cruz is friends with this guy. This is who Jenner supports.

        More and more people (including myself) are finally waking up to the fact that Jenner is nothing but a publicity seeker who is screaming for attention. Jenner has done absolutely NOTHING for the trans community. I have two transgendered co-workers and they both hate Jenner with a fiery passion. They hated her long before I did. They don’t consider her a role model or helpful for the trans community at all.

      • Tris says:

        Tegtag – EXACTLY!

      • Naya says:

        I know they are pre occupied but the Wachowski girls really need to step up to plate. Cait is exploiting the lack of major celebrity spokespeople and if trans people dont watch it, she’ll become the media annointed authority on this stuff.

    • Ivy says:

      How can somebody be that f*ckin stupid at age 66??? No wonder her kids are dumb as a rock. I want them all to go away. NOW!

      • Lizzie McGuire says:

        Well her first kids were actually raised by their own mothers, but the Kardashians were raised by themselves. Kris & Caitlyn either ignored what was going on or they didn’t care about what happened. See: all of the Kardashians. They really had no chance at all.

      • Pepper says:

        This 😆

  5. MousyB says:

    At first I was surprised then…reality set in. Jenner is no less of a stunt queen the rest of the klan. Possibly worse because shes publiclly supporiting someone that could ruin the country and the equality she klaims to support

    • Christin says:

      During the Sawyer interview, the smiling comment about secretly having the biggest story(line) of all told me all I need to know. Birds of a feather…

    • Lisa says:

      I was gonna get angry but then I looked at her kids is a very sane response. Thank you.

  6. Nancy says:

    This old girl is getting a platform to talk about her views that Bruce never had, those Kardashian women always talked over him. It was much better that way. Silence is golden.

  7. Sam says:

    Caitlyn Jenner and her family disappearing would be perfect for women and their advancement in society.

  8. Talie says:

    That part of her brain is still privileged white male, clearly.

  9. lilacflowers says:

    I fully believe that it is our duty as citizens to vote. So, why am I hoping that this moron isn’t registered?

    Edit: Has Caitlyn seen the video of a woman protester being pushed around during a Trump rally? Or the video of Trump’s aide with the reporter that resulted in her arm being covered with bruises? Does Caitlyn really think that someone who encourages such behavior, and Trump has been encouraging people to beat those who disagree with him, is good for women?

    • Ivy says:

      Maybe the problem is that Caitlyn thinks being a woman is all about getting your nails done and have your hair pretty. That’s also how Donald Trump likes his women: pretty to look at and apart from that quiet and unobtrusive.

      • noway says:

        First I want to preface this with I am not a Donald Trump supporter, but I am not 100% sure Donald sees women the way you describe. I heard recently even Hillary Clinton said that she is flabbergasted at some of the things that come out of his mouth in public now, because it is dramatically different from the man she knew in private for years. She was speaking of the racially and misogynistic rhetoric. I think a lot of this is an act to appeal to a certain portion of the Republican party. Not sure if that makes it better or worse. I think Donald would sell his first born if he thought it would help him. Maybe this is why Caitlyn Jenner likes him. Birds of a feather.

      • Cran says:

        @noway I agree with you. Drumpf is looking to win at all costs. He has stated he will be presidential once elected. At present I don’t believe anyone really knows what he would or wouldn’t do. That concerns be me because he shows very little understanding of any issues. He has yet to provide any substantive information, no understanding of foreign policy and he has been proven a liar on so many things about his business practices. It is really scaring the pot stirring he is doing.

        He has consistently shown he does little or no research before quoting “facts” and we’re still waiting to see the team of foreign polive experts he was going to introduce over the last week or two. Even the Trump products he claims to sell no longer exist. The steak,& wine prominently displayed the other day are in no way affiliated with him. The steak was from a company that supplies his country club & the wine is distributed by a company affiliated with one of his sons & explicitly states it has no relationship with Donald Trump.

        Even if he goes away he has fed into a angry, racist & violent part of our country. This will not end no matter what happens with Trump.

      • Who ARE these people? says:

        It’s even scary that Trump says he’d be “presidential” once he gets past agitating the country into informal civil war. I don’t believe him for a minute — racist is as racist does, and he is entirely unprepared to do anything constructive or healing. That is not part of his skill set or, apparently, his emotional makeup. He doesn’t even know how to run a business, let alone a multi-billion dollar economy. My fear is that some people say, “Hey, once he’s in office, he’ll be okay, he’s really more moderate.” He won’t be okay. He’s not really moderate. Moderate people don’t act like that. And it’s not okay to win the way he’s trying to win, either. The ends do not justify the means, and he can’t put the result of his “means” back in the bottle either.

        Hitler said he’d make nice too, once he had what he wanted…

      • The Eternal Side-Eye says:

        Those are my fears exactly Who Are. I also reject those who say Congress would stop him. Congress stops those who are willing to follow the rules, something Trump has shown himself repeatedly to not be willing to do.

  10. NewWester says:

    Does anyone else find the other women more interesting than Caitlyn?
    Caitlyn just seems so one note and stuck in one way of thinking, not open to even listening to other opinions.
    Jenny and Candis looked like they wanted to kick Caitlyn off the bus at some points.

    • swak says:

      Another site reported that Jenny wanted to quit this bus “tour” or whatever it is.

    • Lizzie McGuire says:

      When it first came out that she was doing her “docu-series” I wanted to watch it, like I was genuinely interested on watching how she dealt with all of it. I thought it was her chance to talk about her instead of having Pimp Mama Kris & Co talking over her, thinking it was their fault for not being able to listen or hear any of her opinions. But boy oh boy was I wrong, Caitlyn herself is the most ignorant, covered in white privilege person in that show. The women are way more interesting than her, I would watch a show about them than the Caitlyn Jenner show. These women are educated, they know about the trans community, the struggles & issues women have. Jenny is one of the smartest individuals I’ve ever seen. I feel bad that she was to deal with all of Caitlyn’s crap.

      • Carol says:

        I would love to see a real show with these women. But unfortunately, the TV is filled with Kardashians, Caitlyn, the duggars, crazy housewives. No wonder Donald Trump is in the lead. I think the public has become accustomed to crazy, infantile, simple-minded. money-grubbing people and Donald fits right in.

  11. Turkey says:

    I can’t even….

  12. Pinky says:

    ESPY Courage Awards are meaningful.


    • D says:

      Personally, I had hoped that Noah Galloway would have gotten the award.

    • The Eternal Side-Eye says:

      There’s already an article written about how Caitlyn went from transgender hero to outcast. I’m guessing all the different media groups that were climbing over themselves to give her awards for her ‘courage’ in an effort to look tolerant are now regretting it.

      Next week she’ll blather something about how women should make less money and not make men uncomfortable by being too loud.

    • Stacey says:

      I feel like an idiot for arguing with people over the ESPY Award, I defended Jenner getting it and I thought being trans would awaken a more giving, charitable spirit but apparently I was wrong. The last few weeks I’ve been getting a lot of “told you so” from friends who didn’t think she deserved the award.

      There is nothing brave or courageous about Caitlyn Jenner – she just spews the same BS that all the current GOP candidates spew.

    • Neelyo says:

      Yeah about as meaningful as a People’s Choice award.

      • Original Kay says:

        Everyone was so eager to embrace her they didn’t look closely at what they were getting.

        This very site had that horrid vanity fair cover picture as the cover photo for the site Facebook page for weeks.

    • MC2 says:

      I was like @Stacey and had hoped Caitlyn’s transition would bring public education. Talk about wasting a great opportunity. Caitlyn is showing just how out of touch, privileged & selfish she is. She doesn’t give a hoot about other people. Blech.

  13. Jen43 says:

    I think she’s officially worn out her welcome. She’s so stupid,
    I almost feel sorry for her. Almost.

  14. Wiffie says:

    That clip is also damn uncomfortable to watch. So uncomfortable.

  15. D says:

    Do you think Kardashian/Jenner family have one brain cell they share between them? They really are an awful bunch.

  16. Lucy2 says:

    I’m not going to watch the clip, but I’m getting the impression that some of these “friends” are actually hired for the show because they also happen to have transitioned. If that’s the case, they must really hate her by now.
    Trump would be horrible for this country and the world in general, so yes, bad for women. Especially non-white, non-wealthy women. But Caitlyn probably doesn’t know any of them anyway, so she doesn’t care.

    • mia girl says:

      Here is an interesting article on one of the “friends”. They do seem to be hired in a sense-

      • NewWester says:

        That was a interesting article.

      • Pri says:

        That article was really good! I am a Jenny Boylan fan, I think it could be another Celebitchy post Kaiser!

        Jenny is friendly with Kris, and is helping Scott Disick as Caitlyn will not. Caitlyn is also living in a 1950 gender role mentality. It is as if Caitlyn wants to be a women from a less progressive era, ironically.

      • Susan says:

        Wow, that was SUCH an interesting story. Jenny Boylan sounds awesome and I wish for her sanity, she would walk away from the show. She was trying so hard to “say something positive” and yet it was also delightful that nearly every paragraph had the most delicious shade towards Jenner in it, some of it none too subtle.

  17. willful ignorance says:


    I really thought Caitlyn would have two brain cells to rub together.

    I clearly was wrong.

  18. TOPgirl says:

    Its true..if Hilary become president…our country is done for.

    • Kitten says:

      Yes unlike Trump, who will surely make this country great again.

    • Juniper says:

      I don’t see Hillary encouraging violence and divisiveness. Trump doesn’t have a clue how to deal with all those Washington Insiders. He will not be able to lead and there will be real trouble in real America–you know, the country that is not just his view from Trump Tower.

    • The Eternal Side-Eye says:

      I just really don’t get where this the sky is falling version of Hilary Clinton comes from. She’s done nothing worse than politicians through history and yet she’s treated worse than Donald Trump. Ridiculous rhetoric.

      • pinetree13 says:

        Agreed (as an outsider). She’s not who I would pick but com’on you’ve had worse leaders and the sky didn’t fall.

      • ashipper says:

        Unfortunately, it’s the same “sky is falling” mentality that the GOP has fostered towards Obama. It’s not grounded in reality and is all about trying to swing power totally over to their side. No middle ground is allowed.

    • doofus says:

      funny, folks said the same thing about Obama during the 2008 election.

      and the 2012 election.

      funny, he never “came for our guns”, he never “turned this country into a Muslim one” or (my favorite…WTF?!) “enslaved white people”.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Oh, poppycock. I can’t stand Hillary Clinton, but she would be a better President than Donald Trump. How would the country be done for? She’s very middle of the road. It would be more of the same. We have managed to survive so far. These kinds of statements don’t help anything.

    • Otaku Fairy says:

      I would gladly take Hillary over Trump and anyone else like him any day.

    • yogapants says:

      One of the main jobs of the President is not to F_#* up the country. Mrs. Clinton would not; she ’s too savvy. Trump could. Cruz could. Vote Democrat.

      BTW, I guess Caitlyn doesn’t think that making abortion illegal–Trump’s current stance, I believe– would hurt women. Jeez!

  19. OSTONE says:

    Honestly -I am probably going to get bashed for this- what has Caitlyn done to get so much praise as a hero? I understand is brave to transition in the public eye, but at the end of the day, she changed her appareance but her views are still archaic and male. She doesn’t acknowledge her privilege and is using her platform to endorse ignorant views publicly. As another poster said, all she wanted was the attention the transition would give her, more money for the show, to get dolled up and keep playing golf.

    • doofus says:

      I don’t think you’ll get bashed. a lot of us on here felt like, given her celeb status, she could do a lot of good on speaking out for the LGBT community, and perhaps change the minds of some of the more closed-minded people who knew and respected her as an Olympian.

      now, a lot of us are seeing just what you (and others) have said. she still has the privileged white male mindset and just wants to get her nails done, wear pretty dresses and play golf.

    • Deedee says:

      Agreed. She is still as shallow as she ever was. Perhaps even more so, as now she is overly concerned with her appearance as well.

    • Elleno says:

      No arguments here. It’s just about the fashion for her. Deep inside she’s still 100% white privileged male. You cant just slap on extensions and a pair of bolt-ons and expect to speak for women or the LGBT community.

    • K says:

      She hasn’t done anything- sorry but IMO she has been incredibly damaging to women reducing us to nothing but shallow beings who are nothing but hair, make-up and clothes. Before Caitlyn I knew very little about what it meant to be transgender, and even with her huge platform i don’t know anymore. I’ve learned nothing. She hasn’t done anything but set everyone back IMO, she hasn’t moved it forward or brought more understanding because she hasn’t told us anything.

    • lucy2 says:

      No argument here either. I will always think it’s brave to transition, especially in a public way, but beyond that, I think she is and always has been a shitty person who only cares about herself, and who has made no attempt to understand actually being a woman beyond the superficial. But it’s not surprising, that whole family is about the superficial and self serving.

    • Stacey says:

      No bashing from me. I admit when she first came out I supported her but now I see that she is a selfish person only caring about being a wealthy, white woman in society. As someone said above, she may be female but she still has the white male privilege mindset.

      She is a horrible “role model” for transgender men and women. There are so many better role models out there for the case than Caitlyn Jenner.

    • MoochieMom says:

      No bashing here. I think is was very brave to transition but with the E network and all their money, it was easy. The spin was contracted and done. How many other people get this kind of transition (and don’t tell me E didn’t pay for some of it for rights to the show). I’d like to see her live a life of a real person who is transitioning without money, network cash, health care even. Malibu mansion and privacy. The political spin is laughable. None of the republican candidates are going to get near you and if they do, you will lose the base. Step off. Please. You aren’t helping and your image is laughable.

  20. Murphy says:

    Ted Cruz DOES NOT WANT a trans ambassador, that is why you are f*cking crazy Caitlin.

  21. HK9 says:

    Wow. She’s very”Trump-like” in the way she views the world. It seems as if her wealth has truly isolated her from the realities that others face. Her knowledge of the issues that her fellow citizens have is really lacking.

  22. SusieQ says:

    Stupid as a man, stupider still as a woman.

    • Lisa says:


    • Juniper says:

      I’d say it’s the exact same stupid, except now she has a platform. I’m starting to suspect that Chris understandably kept a muzzle on Bruce.

    • Otaku Fairy says:

      I agree with Juniper. She probably had the same beliefs before the transition, but we’re just hearing more from her now.

  23. Merritt says:

    Caitlyn is stupid. Trump hates women. He can’t even deal with conservative women like Megyn Kelly asking him simple questions without insulting them. All he does is insult women and call us gross or disgusting.

  24. swak says:

    “I think he would have a hard time with women when he doesn’t even realize it, and it doesn’t mean he wouldn’t be good for women’s issues, I think he would be very good for women’s issues.” How contradictory is this statement? He has a hard time with women and doesn’t realize it yet would be good for women’s issues. If Trump doesn’t realize he has a hard time with women then there is no way he will be good for women’s issues.

  25. JudyK says:

    In a way, she reminds me a lot of Donald Trump. She uses a lot of words to say absolutely nothing.

    Please shut up Caitlyn.

  26. sofie says:

    Completely clueless. As much as I admire that she came out as transgender, she is still clueless about social issues just like her dumbass kids. She is a completey ignorant woman to support a well known misogynistic pig like trump.

  27. Miran says:

    Say whaaaa… just no.

  28. msw says:

    That’s it. For all the good Caitlyn has done for trans exposure, I just can’t. UGH.

  29. LAK says:

    She lived, until last year, in a rich bubble that was able to be blinkered and never really come up or see anything that didn’t chime with her vision, and probably surrounded by like-minded male chums.

    Now she’s a woman, not to mention at an age when any views are entrenched ie never going to change, she’s still entrenched in her views.

    It’s disconcerting because she’s a woman. She hasn’t spent a lifetime being a woman and coming up against gender prejudice against woman.

  30. Lauren says:

    She has the body of a woman and the brain of a privileged republican man. I don’t get her. I seriously don’t.

  31. The Original Mia says:

    It’s obvious she doesn’t have a clue about being a woman under the thumb of the Republican party and their archaic, woman-hating ways. She doesn’t have to worry about the loss of rights or the lack of access, so of course, she’s supporting that windbag and his ilk.

  32. Kitten says:

    I said since the beginning that she’s a lost cause.

    …and she never should have been held up as the public face of the trans community. She’s never done anything to deserve that role.

    • The Eternal Side-Eye says:

      Yep, here’s to your ‘I Told You So’ proving you more and more right.

      Just happy her reality show is tanking, guess her Republican buddies aren’t interested in watching the struggles of a 60 yr old transgender woman.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      And they never did anything to deserve such a dope for a “spokesperson.”

  33. Annaloo. says:

    No. Just NO! Trump has been referring to women as” pieces of ass” and his treatment of Ivana was horrible. Jenner is absolutely unbearable and unbelievable!

  34. AmyB says:

    I’m with Jenny Boyle: kill me now! I agree that those transgender friends must be sick and tired of Caitlyn’s bulls**t. I am glad that her transition brought transgender issues into a mainstream discussion, but she is white privilege personified and seems to truly not grasp the struggles of most other transgender men and women. Shut up already!

  35. Maum says:

    The only women Trump tolerates are young and pretty and happy to have sex with him (or at least looks like they would be).
    He is the most aggressively misogynistic of all the Republican candidates.

    There is no parallel universe in which Trump would be good for women’s issues.

  36. cee says:

    Once an idiot always an idiot. Why does anyone listen to this jerk. There are smart, intelligent transgenders and there are idiots. She is an idiot,.

  37. mkyarwood says:

    Two million points for use of Sisyphean!

  38. Lucy says:

    …yikes. She’s the worst.

  39. Grump says:

    Name one women’s issue, Caitlyn. Name one.
    Go on. I’ll wait.

  40. The Eternal Side-Eye says:

    They don’t even like their own women Cait, till the day they die they will never like you and it doesn’t matter how much you gush about them or talk up your views.


  41. Aarika says:

    Yes Caitlyn, YOU go ahead and educate us about who would be best for women’s issues. But when you’re done, please have several sits. **eyeroll**.

  42. Ruyana says:

    Clearly the rarefied air of the 1% is short on oxygen and has killed off a vast number of her brain cells.

  43. kori says:

    It just shows that you can be in a situation worthy of empathy and compassion–illness, transitioning, disadvantaged, crime victim, whatever–and still be an ass. I remember an actor who was in a wheelchair saying years ago that they didn’t want to be a saintly character but a real one. Being in a wheelchair didn’t make them a saint–you could still be an a-hole.

  44. AnotherDirtyMartini says:

    Typical – doesn’t have a single thought of her own. Just sits there bellowing, “Liar! Worst thing for our country! All those emails!” And the best one of them all, “everything going on in the Middle East is her fault!” Ummm, no.

    • Susan says:

      Seriously, it was infuriating. And why is there an implicit assumption that Republicans would be better for the economy and that it’s a tradeoff between economic improvements for all and LGBT rights? The facts simply do not support that. Reaganomics nearly destroyed the economy resulting in a massive deficit. Not only did Bill Clinton reduce the deficit during his term, he eliminated it and ran a surplus. We handed a thriving economy into the hands of GW Bush only again for Republican policies and deregulation to lead to a financial catastrophe in 2008. The Republicans have their talking points pointing the finger at Obama and blaming him for terrible economy but the 100% fact is that on every economic measure available, the country’s economy is once again better off after 8 years of a Democrat in the White House than it was before.

  45. gilmore says:

    Is she high? Seriously, is E! regularly drug testing her because she cannot be serious. He doesn’t gaf about women, about minorities too, but then again maybe their secretly on agreement with each other and she doesn’t wanna admit it out loud.

  46. Ariel says:

    This shit has made me unable to watch the second season of this show. I want to support her, but in the end, she’s still just a clueless, rich, entitled white man.

    Or as Bill Maher said: she went from being Kim Kardashian’s step-father to being Kim Kardashian’s step-mother.

    She is not a crusader for civil rights of the most vulnerable of our nation’s people.

  47. word says:

    Two people I can’t stand…Trump and Caitlyn…ughh. Caitlyn Jenner knows very little about living the life of a woman in public. She’s only started her journey yet wants to now act like the expert on women’s issues. Please stop.

  48. Tw says:

    Cognitive dissonance.

  49. Hannah says:

    Those people who gave her the award last year look silly AF now.

  50. LMB says:

    Maybe they did not only cut off her dick, but also part of her brain.

    • me says:

      She still has her penis. It’s a personal choice and probably a difficult one for a person transitioning to make. Let’s not go there.

  51. Dangles says:

    It’s sad that all we can argue over is which politician is the lesser of two evils. Don’t know why we can’t rally around someone who represents the greater good.

  52. Kiyoshigirl says:

    A lifetime of privilege has molded Caitlyn into the woman she is. She’s in great denial if she doesn’t realize ultra conservative politicians, like Cruz, are against everything she’s become. She’s dreaming if she thinks Ted Cruz would accept just a phone call from her let alone affiliate himself with her as any sort of ambassador. I don’t watch this program, but I’m guessing season two was green lighted by Kris in an effort to expose Caitlyn for who and what she truly is. The shine and shock that drove viewers to season one has worn off. Season two is about what’s really underneath the designer clothing and professional makeup. IMO, there’s no way Kris Jenner isn’t looking for a little revenge.

  53. Jana says:

    I really hope in her next life that Caitlyn will be born a female, so she can experience what it’s truly like to be a woman, Because it’s a hell of a lot harder than playing dress up with designer clothes and expensive makeup and shoes. Let her deal with the pain of menstrual cycles, childbirth and menopause and then maybe she’ll be worthy of the hero title.

  54. Pepper says:

    She met with Hillary today.

  55. snakecharmer says:

    stop her when she lies…. hillary clinton is an effing liar and a political hack. both proven on the record time and time again. shes a grade A bruja and everybody knows it. people who support her just like her agenda but still know shes a total scumbag….

  56. Caz says:

    Just what any politician wants or needs….a Kardashian/Jenner talking them up. Not.

    If Caitlyn keeps talking, she may just convince enough people to not vote for Trump.

  57. Perry says:

    Seriously, Bruce, oops, Caitlyn … you’ve been a woman for about 30 seconds. And that makes you an expert on “women’s issues”?

  58. NeoCleo says:

    Just STFU Jenner. You’ve blown your 15 minutes. Please go away.

  59. Anti-Beiber says:

    Oh , FFS! Just shut up, you irrelevant sack of vanity.

  60. Kate says:

    Trump/Jenner – 2016!