Caitlyn Jenner previously said, "If Hillary becomes president, the country is over"

By Michele Corriston
Updated March 15, 2016 08:50 AM
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Credit: Source: Caitlyn Jenner/Instagram

On Monday night, the reality star posted a photo of herself posing with presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and a group of pals, including actress Candis Cayne, who already endorsed the Democrat.

A Clinton campaign source recalls for PEOPLE that the photo was taken in January in Iowa after Jenner waited in the lobby of Clinton’s hotel “with lots of other people” angling to get a picture with the candidate when she eventually passed through.

It’s a bit of a flip-flop for Jenner, a lifelong Republican, who previously voiced support for conservative Ted Cruz and suggested Donald Trump “would be very good for women’s issues” during an I Am Cait clip – much to the shock of her fellow transgender advocates.

“I would never, ever, ever vote for Hillary. We’re done. If Hillary becomes president, the country is over,” Jenner, 66, added in the same scene, calling the former first lady, senator and secretary of state a “liar” and “political hack.”

But the Olympic icon now indicates she’s more open to hearing about Clinton’s platform, captioning Monday’s Instagram with the hashtags “#learningfrommygirls” and “#willingtolisten.”

I Am Cait airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on E!