Fox News signed a deal this week making Kaitlyn Jenner its newest on-air contributor.
The former Olympian and former California gubernatorial candidate will reportedly offer commentary on a variety of Fox News Media platforms, and made her debut appearance on the network in an interview on Sean Hannity’s show this week.
Jenner said she looks forward to offering analysis and commentary on Fox News regarding LGBTQ+ issues as they arise, but made sure to point out she is not a trans activist.
“As you might know I am trans, but I’m not a trans activist,” Jenner said. “That’s just one part of my life. There’s so much more to me. In the midterms coming up, LGBT issues are going to be very big issues and I’m looking forward to covering those.”
When asked in the interview about Florida’s new so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill, Jenner agreed with Hannity that parents should be able to opt in to “woke” classes after school hours, but that school should be teaching “the basics first.” Jenner said that was the type of “common sense” with which she agrees.
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