CAITLYN Jenner made a jab at President Joe Biden, saying he has failed American workers and is leading the country in the wrong direction.
“It is a 180-degree turn in our country, going the other direction, and it scares me,” Jenner said in an interview with FOX’s Sean Hannity.
Jenner doesn’t agree with anything Biden has done thus far in his administration but offered praise for former President Donald Trump.
“What I liked about Donald Trump is he was a disrupter,” Jenner said. “He came in and shook the system up. A lot of people didn’t like that in Washington, D.C.”
Jenner also criticized California’s Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom, who she is running to unseat in a recall election.
“What I see in Gavin Newsom is a politician up to some special interests,” Jenner said. “The hypocrisy that is going on right now – it’s like there’s one set of rules for Sacramento and another set of rules for everyone else.”
Newsom found himself in hot water last year when he attended a friend’s birthday dinner in an indoor restaurant after urging Californians to stay home and stop the spread of coronavirus.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi received the same scorn for going to a hair salon while California’s stay-at-home order was still in effect.
In her interview with Hannity, Jenner skirted around the question of her political identity, saying she is a “thoughtful disrupter” instead of a Republican or Democrat.
“I can get along with everyone,” Jenner said. “I don’t care if you are a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, vegetarian.”
Jenner has expressed her support for law enforcement and immigration reform, and she backed up Republican lawmakers who are fighting to ban trans school girls from competing in girl’s sports.
She has been called a hypocrite for her stance since she previously competed in a women’s golf tournament and said transgender athletes should get to “play sports as who they really are” when she won the prestigious Arthur Ashe Courage Award in 2015.
Jenner also received some backlash from the interview when she said her friends are leaving California because they don’t like seeing homeless people.