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Caitlyn Jenner Posts Photo With Hillary Clinton After Calling Her a 'Liar' 

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Caitlyn Jenner made news last week when an I Am Cait clip showed the transgender athlete calling presidential candidate Hillary Clinton a "fucking liar" and a "political hack." 

Jenner seems to be reconsidering her position on Clinton, as she has posted a photo on Instagram with the hashtags "#learningfrommygirls" and "#willingtolisten."

 

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In the photo, she is posing with the Democratic presidential candidate, artist  Zachary Drucker, and actress Candis Cayne. 

On the season premiere of I Am Cait, Jenner told her friends, "If we’re unfortunate enough to get Hillary as our next president, we need her on our side. Although she won't be ... She couldn’t care less about women. She only cares about herself." 

In the second episode of the season, Jenner, during a road trip with friends, discussed the merits of the Democratic front-runner versus Republican favorite Donald Trump. Jenner admitted she’s “not a big fan” of him because of “his macho attitude,” but added, “It doesn’t mean he wouldn’t be good for women’s issues. I think he would be very good for women’s issues.”

On Clinton, she said, “I would never, ever, ever vote for Hillary. … If Hillary becomes president, the country is over,” Jenner responds. She goes on to call Clinton “a lousy senator,” “a fucking liar,” and “a political hack,” and blamed Clinton’s actions as secretary of State for troubles in the Middle East.

“Just because I’m a woman now doesn’t make me all of a sudden liberal,” added Jenner, a longtime Republican who has recently told The Advocate she favors Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for president. Cruz is currently running second to Trump in delegates accumulated in the Republican primaries.

Clinton, by the way, has actually been an outspoken supporter of equal rights for trans people, unlike her Republican rivals.

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