Jenner appeared on Monday's episode of Good Morning Britain, and was asked about 43-year-old West. The 70-year-old former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star said she had not spoken to him recently amid his bid for the presidency.
"Since all of this has come down, I have just kind of watched it just like everybody else," Jenner said. "So, I just wish him the best."
"I made that as a joke about being his VP when he announced that," she said. "But I hope for the best for him. He's a really good guy."
Jenner said that personally, West has treated her with nothing but kindness.
"The only thing I can talk about is really how he treated me through everything and he has been the most kind, loving human being and so good to me throughout the years and especially going through everything I've been going through in the last five years," she said. "He's been such a good friend."
"He has been extremely supportive," she added. "Kanye's got a really great heart … he's a good person."
"The first thing I thought about was a Black radio show host maybe possibly making jokes because the Black culture is generally homophobic," he told fashion website SHOWstudio at the time. "Then it was like, 'F**k what people say. F**k what people think.'"
"I feel proud to be in a family that has so many people breaking ground for generations to come," he continued.
"The meeting was extremely emotional as the couple has a lot to work through now and most importantly making sure Kanye is healthy," a source told ET of the meeting. "Kim is still very upset with Kanye but she knows she needs to focus on him getting better. Kim plans to do whatever she can to help Kanye get the help he needs."
"Kim and Kanye have grown apart and the couple is considering divorce," the source said. "The two love each other unconditionally but have grown apart over the years and it's come to a point where it might be too far gone to save now."