“I can’t go down there and play golf with him now, I would get destroyed by my community,” said Jenner, before joking, “Plus, I don’t think that he wants to get beat by a 67-year-old trans woman. I don’t know if he could handle that.”
Jenner, who voted for Trump, said that when she attended his presidential inauguration in January, Trump told her, “You gotta come play golf, you gotta come play golf.”
“That would be four hours on the golf course with him, I would play it as a business thing and talk to him about a lot of the issues with my community,” said Jenner, an avid golfer, of her initial interest.
She changed her mind in February, however, after the Trump administration lifted federal guidelines put in place by the Obama administration that said transgender students should be allowed to use public school bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identity.
Explained Jenner, “When he turned that down, that was it. I was very upset with that.”
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During the Monday appearance, Jenner – a longtime Republican – also discussed whether she would ever run for office.
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“I have to look and see where I can do a better job for my community from the outside – kind of working the outside of politics, because unfortunately politics plays a big part in this – or am I better off going from the inside, you know actually running for office and trying to make change for my community that way,” said Jenner. “I have to make that decision and I really don’t know at this point.”