Jenner told New York's AM 970 yesterday that she has "considered" running for Senate to represent the state of California.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is up for reelection in 2018.
The gold medal Olympian joined John Catsimatidis on AM 970 in NY on Sunday and admitted that she had been more seriously considering a shot at politics. The political aspect of it has always been very intriguing to me.
In the interview, Caitlyn Jenner indicated that she's given herself a timeline spanning half a year to determine whether she will be able to do "a better job" on the political inside or from "working the perimeter of the political scene". That's my issue", she said, adding: "I'm obviously more on the T portion of the LGBT and I want people to understand that. "She has set a six-month deadline for reaching a decision". These TV and film stars wouldn't be the first to make the jump from Hollywood to Washington - Ronald Reagan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jerry Springer, Al Franken, and Sonny Bono are just a few examples of actors and TV personalities who ran successful political campaigns. In April, she chatted with CNN about her possibilities.
When asked about Ritchie's plans to run, Kid Rock's manager Kirt Webster told ABC News that he will be making an announcement about his plans on Monday. Jenner, a Republican, talked about limited government, a speech to College Republicans, and what a more inclusive LGBT agenda would mean for the future of the party.
Based on the revelations of Jenner and other celebrities, it would seem that President Trump started a trend when he won the highest elected office in the land previous year.
Both Rock and Jenner have been Donald Trump supporters and could be expected to run as Republicans.
Caitlyn Jenner starred in an E! docu-series called, "I Am Cait". "Right now, I think they're obviously unstoppable because we have the Senate, we have Congress, we've got the executive branch, we've got the governors. we've just got to change people's perception".