Caitlyn Jenner Bats Down Suggestion of Remorse for Trump Vote — ‘I Supported Whoever the Republican Candidate Was Going to Be’
Caitlyn Jenner shot down the notion that he regrets voting for President Donald Trump Tuesday on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” “Do you regret voting for President Trump?” host Jimmy Kimmel asked. Jenner replied, “I don’t agree with everything he’s doing, but I have always been — I’m older, I grew up in a country where you actually said the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag at school.” He added that he believes in “limited government” so that puts him on the Republican side and he was going to support whoever the GOP candidate was. “I never really outwardly came out and supported him,“ Jenner told Kimmel. “I supported whoever the Republican candidate was going to be, but the press kinda puts you there.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
You’d barely recognize her at Madame Tussauds.
Wednesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said it was a “victory” that Senate Republicans were going to vote on a “clean” bill to repeal Obamacare. Paul said,”What I’m calling a victory is not the defeat of the plan, what I’m calling a victory is that we will get to vote on a clean repeal. I’ve been advocating that we repeal Obamacare — all of it — and we’re at least going to get a vote on a partial repeal and that is a victory.” He continued,”I wasn’t in favor of an insurance company bail out. The previous bill had about $180 billion dollars to give to insurance companies. Insurance companies have gotten rich on Obamacare. They used to make $6 billion a year in profit. They’re now up to $15 billion a year in profit. We shouldn’t be giving any taxpayer money to insurance companies, so I objected to that, but I’m actually in favor of and will vote to go to the clean repeal that’s being proposed now.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
“There was a time when it had absolute authority over me.”
Hawaii has now passed a new law that forces pro-life pregnancy centers to tell their patients about free abortions or risk thousands of dollars in fines if they don’t: CBN NEWS – . . .
Rosie O’Donnell has sparked outrage on social media after she used her personal Twitter account to promote an online video game that allows players to push President Donald Trump off of a cliff.