Caitlyn Jenner, candidate for governor in the expected California recall election, once again adopted a national platform to promote her campaign, when she appeared on ABC’s View.
One of the questions she faced came from Joy Behar, who asked her about the unsubstantiated opinion of a significant portion of Republicans that Donald Trump did indeed win the election, and not Joe Biden.
“Are you one of those people, one of those Republicans?” asked Béhar.
Jenner replied, “I’m not going to go into that. This election is over. I think Donald Trump has done some good things. What I liked about Donald Trump was that he was a disruptor.
Then Behar interrupted him, “But has he won?” Did he win the election?
Jenner then continued, “I want to come in and be a thoughtful disruptor in Sacramento. We have to change the system, and I want to change the system for the positive. “
Then Whoopi Goldberg ended the segment because time ran out.
During the segment, Jenner criticized Gov. Gavin Newsom’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, among others, but Behar’s question was sparked by polls showing that a significant portion of Republicans support Trump’s claim according to which the election was stolen from him, even though courts have rejected dozens of the electoral challenges.
Jenner’s campaign was launched in April and she reportedly got the help and advice of Brad Parscale, Trump’s former campaign manager.
Jenner: “I’m not going to go in there. This election is over. I think Donald Trump has done some good things. pic.twitter.com/mPri9Pq736
– The view (@TheView) June 10, 2021