California gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner covered a range of issues Friday night in her first interview with a TV reporter from the state.
She has previously done several national interviews, including with Fox News.
“I think I’ve been preparing for this moment pretty much all my life,” Jenner, a former Olympian and reality TV personality, told Elex Michaelson of FOX 11 in Los Angeles on the political program “The Issue Is.”
“I was the first American to put the American flag up – this is our bicentennial year – at the finish line, so proud to be an American, proud to bring the gold medal back to California,” she said of her 1976 Olympic Decathlon win at the Summer Games in Montreal.
Jenner said that since she moved to California in 1973 she has seen the state decline and watched friends leave.
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“I’ve lived in Malibu really since 1976, honestly, I don’t want to leave. I want to be an example to so many people that, you know, if you don’t like what’s going on, stand up, and I’m willing to stand up,” she said.
“I want to be an example to so many people that, you know, if you don’t like what’s going on, stand up, and I’m willing to stand up.”
— Caitlyn Jenner
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