Caitlyn Jenner is setting the record straight on her political stance in the upcoming presidential election.
At an E! international press junket for her reality TV show "I Am Cait" on Thursday, Jenner clarified her views on the presidential candidates, insisting that she never endorsed Republican candidate Ted Cruz despite previous reports stating otherwise.
"I never said that I endorsed Ted Cruz," Jenner said. "I said I like him. He is a constitutionalist, and I think we have to get our country back to something like that."
Jenner, 66, had previously stated in an interview with The Advocate that as a conservative Republican, she likes Ted Cruz for her party's nomination, and suggested that she be his "trans ambassador" to help advise him on transgender issues.
“Yes, trans ambassador to the president of the United States, so we can say, ‘Ted, love what you’re doing but here’s what’s going on,'” Jenner said.
In both interviews, Jenner stated that she liked Cruz specifically because of his "views to fix the country," but acknowledged that the Texas senator's stance on the LGBT community is particularity negative, which is something she can't ignore.
"Now, out of all the candidates, I also feel that as far as the LGBT community, [Cruz] would probably be the worst and need the most help," Jenner said. "If that is the case ... I would be at his front door. Have they contacted me? No – which, yeah, I was kind of surprised," she continued.
Jenner has stated that she is willing to open her mind to political views from the left, after posting a photo on her Instagram that shows her posing with Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Jenner used the hashtags "Learning from my girls" and "willing to listen," to caption the photo.
"I Am Cait" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on E!