As the presidential primary season continues in full swing, Hillary Clinton is getting busy making the celebrity rounds.
The Democratic presidential candidate is no stranger to the power of endorsement, particularly from some of the most notable and vocal female figures in Hollywood. 13-time Grammy nominee Katy Perry and Golden Globe winner Lena Dunham have already pledged their full public support for the 68-year-old Democratic frontrunner, appearing at rallies and hosting concerts in her honor. Last month, Clinton posed for photos with pop princess and Las Vegas show girl Britney Spears. Now, it's Caitlyn Jenner who is unexpectedly spending some time with the politician.
The 66-year-old reality star posed for a photo with the former senator alongside friends Zackary Drucker and Candis Cayne, both of whom are transgender actresses.
"#learningfrommygirls #willingtolisten," Jenner captioned the group shot on her Instagram Monday, a nod to her past strong opposition toward Clinton as a future president.
Jenner has been far from discreet about her thoughts on the former secretary of state. While filming her docuseries, I Am Cait, she got in a heated political debate while both Drucker and Cayne were present for the conversation.
"I would never, ever ever vote for Hillary. We're done—if Hillary becomes president, the country is over," she said adamantly on the show.
When Cayne defended Clinton's extensive political resume, Jenner continuously begged the question, "What has she done?"
"She's a f--king liar!" Jenner screamed. "She's a political hack. That's all she is. She's done nothing."