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Although Jenner admitted that she likes what Democrats have done for the LGBT community, she also said Donald Trump has supported the group in the past.

June 29, 2016 05:15 AM

Despite her presence in the LGBT community, Caitlyn Jenner is unabashedly conservative.

However, in a new interview with Stat, the I Am Cait star hints that Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton may be a better choice for LGBT voters, as Clinton has consistently backed the community.

“I’m not excited with what Obama has done to the economy, to our Constitution, all that kind of stuff. But as far as the transgender community, they’ve actually been very good,” Jenner said. “Everybody looks at Democrats as being better with these issues.”

Although the reality star touted Democrats’ willingness to fight for the community, she also said that GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump may not necessarily be bad for the LGBT population.

“Trump seems to be very much for women. He seems very much behind the LGBT community because of what happened in North Carolina with the bathroom issue. He backed the LGBT community,” she added. “But in Trump’s case, there’s a lot more unknowns. With Hillary, you pretty much know what you’re gonna get with the LGBT community.”

While she may have given the Democratic Party its props as far as the LGBT community is concerned, Jenner has remained adamant that she will not vote for Clinton – ever.

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In a March episode of her E! reality series, Jenner said that although her preference was for Sen. Ted Cruz, who has since dropped out of the race, she also supported Donald Trump, and would “never, ever, ever vote for Hillary.”

“We’re done. If Hillary becomes president, the country is over,” she added.

Shortly after, during an appearance on the Australian radio show Rove & Sam for Breakfast, Jenner said that regardless of who the Republican candidate was, she would vote in that direction come November’s general election.

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