The reality star and several of her I Am Cait co-stars met with the Democratic presidential candidate on Monday, and Jenner later tweeted a photo of the group, writing that she was “#learningfrommygirls” and “#willingtolisten.”
It’s an interesting turn for the avowed conservative, who recently came out in support of Republican candidate Ted Cruz, telling The Advocate that she’d like to be the “trans ambassador” for the Texas senator if he becomes president.
Admittedly, Cruz -- who said in November that supporting equal treatment of transgender students is "lunacy" -- might need all the help he can get in that area.
Jenner, 66, also spoke out about Donald Trump, the GOP candidate who might prove to be Cruz’s toughest obstacle in the presidential race, on the new season of her E! reality show.
"I'm not a big fan. Because of his macho attitude, I think he would have a hard time with women, when he doesn't even realize it," she said on Sunday’s episode of I Am Cait, before clarifying, "It doesn't mean that he wouldn't be good for women's issues. I think he would be very good for women's issues."
"I don't think he's out there to destroy women or take things away or do any of that stuff," the reality star added.