Caitlyn Jenner opened up in a recent interview about her thoughts on several important matters of the US on Wednesday.
The former Olympian and reality star spoke about her plans of running as a potential candidate for California’s governor. In the same way, she added a more hardline stance on her thoughts regarding the current immigration policy of the US.
This includes the much debatable and trending top of illegal immigration in the US. Here, the star spoke about how much endorses former US President Donald Trump’s decision to move forward with the border wall’s construction.
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“If you ask me, I am all for the wall,” Jenner boldly exclaimed. Speaking to Fox News’s ‘Hannity,’ she added, I would secure the wall. We can’t have a state- we also cannot have a nation without a secure wall.”
Later on in the interview, Jenner mentioned how she would be doing her ultimate best in terms of bringing about change to scrap away California’s ‘sanctuary’ as well as laws that revolve around the entry of migrants illegally.
“It is definitely not going to be an easy job but with that being said, I will do my level best. I plan on securing this state,” Jenner boldly mentioned. “I am totally pro-law enforcement. In the same way, I am pro-border protection ok! We need all of these people and they are currently doing a wonderful job.
On the other hand, Jenner did appear a softer side to her stance when she began sympathizing with illegal immigrants who are currently stationed in the country. Here is where she told the host that the country is a very compassionate nation and this is a very compassionate state.
“I did have the great opportunity of meeting some of the greatest immigrants ever. The other day, I had one guy who was Spanish and he was living in the country for 17 years. I told him I wanted him to be a citizen of the US. He is a complete asset to this place”
In the end, Jenner concluded with how much she supports female transgender activists, commenting how California has much bigger issues than just the subject of pronouns.