Caitlyn Jenner on Trump: 'Not a Fan' But He'd Be 'Very Good for Women's Issues'
After slamming Hillary Clinton, Caitlyn Jenner got into another heated political conversation with some of her transgender friends.
This time the backlash came after she had some positive things to say about Donald Trump.
In a clip from the E! reality show "I Am Cait," the 66-year-old Republican was asked about her views on Trump.
She answered that she's "not a big fan," arguing that Trump could struggle with female voters due to his "macho attitude."
After claiming that Clinton "couldn't care less about women," Jenner said that she likes Trump when it comes to women's issues.
"It doesn't mean he wouldn't be good for women's issues. I think he'd be very good for women's issues," she said.
That prompted a harsh response, with one of her friends yelling out, "Someone kill me now!"
Jenner explained that she is concerned about the direction of the country, especially on the economy and illegal immigration.
"Just because I'm a woman now doesn't make me all of a sudden liberal," she said, calling Clinton a "political hack who has done nothing."
"If Hillary Clinton becomes president, the country is over."
Jenner has been quoted as saying she likes Ted Cruz for his "very conservative" positions, thought she said he'd be "one of the worst ones when it comes to trans issues."
Watch the clip above as Jenner and her friends argue after one claimed that Clinton is an "amazing woman."