Caitlyn Jenner hasn’t been winning over any liberal or LGBT fans as of late with her controversial comments about presidential hopeful Donald Trump. However, it’s not just fans who are infuriated with Jenner’s conservative stance. Reports are claiming that her cast mates aren’t too fond of her views either and one co-star in particular recently blasted the reality TV star.
During the recent season premiere of “I Am Cait,” Jenner told her cast mates, who are also trans women, that she’s “not a big fan” of Trump because of his “macho” attitude and her belief that “he would have a hard time with women when he doesn’t even realize it.”
However, Jenner quickly backtracked and said, “It doesn’t mean he wouldn’t be good for women’s issues. I think he would be very good for women’s issues.”
Jenner also defended the Republican Party when her “friends” criticized them for their history of taking an unfriendly stance on pro-LGBT legislation.
“None of the Republicans are ‘I hate trans people’ or ‘I hate gays,’” Jenner said. “They do nothing of that. I want a driving economy so every trans person has a job.”
“If our country collapses, it doesn’t make any difference if you’re gay, trans, whatever,” she added.
Jenner also blasted Hillary Clinton, claiming that, “I would never, ever, ever vote for Hillary. If Hillary becomes president, the country is over.”
“She could [not] care less about women,” Jenner added. “She cares about herself.”
Not surprisingly, Jenner ended up in a heated argument with her co-stars and one in particular, author and activist Jenny Boylan, recently wrote a blog post saying that she tried to quit the show because of Jenner’s conservative views.
“And so, yeah: hanging out with her was infuriating,” wrote Boylan. “On the second day of filming, I tried to quit the show. I had a lengthy conversation with the show-runner saying, ‘I just can’t do this. I want to go home.’ There is footage of this somewhere.”
However, Boylan says that she remained on the show because she hated the idea of being considered a quitter.
“But I stayed in there,” wrote Boylan. “In part, because on ‘Survivor,’ (my favorite show), I always get angry when people ‘quit the game,’ as if they really didn’t understand what they were signing on for when they agreed to spend 39 days boiling rice and eating tarantulas.”
Well, clearly Boylan isn’t the only one who is unhappy with Jenner’s comments, but we doubt that Jenner is going to change anytime soon.