Caitlyn Jenner has called for the Republican party to put forward “better” candidates and become more diverse to attract potential voters.
Earlier this year, Jenner ran a doomed race to replace California Governor Gavin Newsom, scraping just 1 percent of the total vote in the September election.
However, the former Olympian revealed in an interview with U.K. TV show Good Morning Britain on Friday that she is “not out of the political game,” as she works to boost the GOP’s appeal among a wider demographic.Newsweek Newsletter sign-up >
“I am actually working with the Republican party right now to be more inclusive,” she said in the remote interview from her home in Malibu, California. “We need to be what I would call the big tent party. We need more diversity in our party, we need more ideas and we need to put forward better candidates.”