Reality star, Olympic winner and trans icon Caitlyn Jenner wants to be the next California governor. As a Republican parity candidate, she aims to replace incumbent Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
On Wednesday, she gave her first TV interview on Fox News as the running for governor. She wrote during the interview, the question of her perspective on immigration became central CNN.
Its ambition is to build a wall against Mexico that former President Donald Trump has failed to complete.
We need to spend money on a safe and fair immigration system. I’m totally for the wall, I’ll secure that wall. Caitlin Jenner says: You cannot have a country or a country without a safe wall.
Attempt to remove the ruler
When asked if she wanted to cancel all opportunities that give migrants asylum in the country, she replied.
– I will do my best to make it happen.
She added at the same time:
We are a compassionate country, okay? We are a compassionate country. We’ll bring back some people. No doubt about it. But I have met some of the best immigrants who have come to our country.
A petition to dismiss Governor Gavin Newsom has reached enough signatures to force a special vote that could take place in November.
Jenner: He wants to stop hypocrisy
The reason is dissatisfaction with Newsom’s handling of the epidemic, which contributed to the Republican-backed campaign that collected more than 1.6 million verified signatures and thus reached the limit of 12 percent of voters in the last elections required in the state to force a vote on the governor.
The signature campaign is part of what critics say are unnecessary harsh restrictions in the state, which have hit jobs and businesses severely.
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In this case, voters must decide whether Newsom should resign and who they want to replace in this case. For now, Gavin Newsom is expected to pass such a vote.
In an interview with Fox News, Caitlyn Jenner accused Gavin Newsom of using covid restrictions as a tool to “control people.”
I try to fight the persistent hypocrisy.