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Caitlyn Jenner ‘helped by former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale in California governor bid’

Caitlyn Jenner is being helped by Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Brad Parscale as she explores running for Governor of California, reports say.

The pair have been friends since 2017 and Parscale is helping Jenner connect to ‘the best talent in the country’ as she considers entering politics.

A source told Fox News: ‘She is very, very, very serious.’  

Caitlyn Jenner is being helped by Donald Trump's former campaign manager Brad Parscale as she explores running for Governor of California, reports say

Caitlyn Jenner is being helped by Donald Trump's former campaign manager Brad Parscale as she explores running for Governor of California, reports say

Caitlyn Jenner is being helped by Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Brad Parscale as she explores running for Governor of California, reports say

The pair have been friends since 2017 and Parscale is helping Jenner connect to 'the best talent in the country' as she considers entering politics

The pair have been friends since 2017 and Parscale is helping Jenner connect to 'the best talent in the country' as she considers entering politics

The pair have been friends since 2017 and Parscale is helping Jenner connect to ‘the best talent in the country’ as she considers entering politics

Parscale was removed as Trump’s campaign manager in the run-up to the 2020 election amid dropping poll numbers. 

He has since been working on a platform to protect conservatives against cancel culture, called Campaign Nucleus.

In September, Parscale’s wife Candice called the cops to their home in Florida, saying he was suicidal and tried to hurt her during a public meltdown in which cops seized 11 firearms from his house.

He was involuntarily detained under Florida’s Baker Act for three days and slapped with a risk protection order, and the politico later blamed the outburst on his career and having lost two children. 

Jenner is also being assisted by Caroline Wren who previously worked at Trump Victory, a joint fundraising committee for President Trump’s 2020 campaign. 

She also helped organize the rally he addressed immediately before the U.S. Capitol assault on January 6.  

Jenner, 71, who starred on Keeping Up With The Kardashians decades after becoming a gold medal-winning decathlete, is a high-profile Republican and previously supported 45th President Donald Trump

Not so fast: Jenner's manager, Sophia Hutchins, previously shot down reports of Caitlyn's interest in a gubernatorial run; seen in 2019

Not so fast: Jenner's manager, Sophia Hutchins, previously shot down reports of Caitlyn's interest in a gubernatorial run; seen in 2019

Not so fast: Jenner’s manager, Sophia Hutchins, previously shot down reports of Caitlyn’s interest in a gubernatorial run; seen in 2019

Jenner’s manager, Sophia Hutchins, previously shot down reports of Caitlyn’s interest in a gubernatorial run.

She said in February that Jenner ‘has never considered running for governor and is very happy doing the work that she is doing to promote LGBT rights and spending time with her 18 grandchildren and 10 children.’

Jenner said in a PEOPLE interview in 2020 that she’s changed her thinking in a lot of ways and no longer solely identifies as a Republican, but is more ‘economically conservative, socially progressive.’ 

In 2017, The Hill reported Jenner showed interested in a political bid and had ‘considered’ running for California Senate. ‘I like the political side of it,’ she said. 

Caitlyn’s potential run also coincides with momentum from the Gavin Newsom recall efforts as opponents criticize his handling of the pandemic. 

Possible: In 2017, The Hill reported Jenner showed interest in a political bid and had 'considered' running for California Senate. 'I like the political side of it,' she said

Possible: In 2017, The Hill reported Jenner showed interest in a political bid and had 'considered' running for California Senate. 'I like the political side of it,' she said

Possible: In 2017, The Hill reported Jenner showed interest in a political bid and had ‘considered’ running for California Senate. ‘I like the political side of it,’ she said

‘We’re gonna take this extremely seriously … we’re gonna get ready — and fight like hell,’ Newsom strategist Sean Clegg told Politico in March. 

Former U.S. representative Doug Ose and former San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer are also in the running to potentially replace Newsom.

Caitlyn, who transitioned at the age of 65, was previously married to Kris Jenner from 1991-2015 and Linda Thompson from 1981-1986. 

She shares two children with Kris — Kendall and Kylie — and has sons Brody and Brandon Jenner with ex-wife Linda.

Caitlyn was also previously married to Chrystie Jenner from 1972-1981 and has a son, Burt Jenner, and daughter, Cassandra Marino. 

Progress: Jenner said in a PEOPLE interview in 2020 that she's changed her thinking in a lot of ways and no longer solely identifies as a Republican, but is more 'economically conservative, socially progressive' (seen at the Women's March in January 2020)

Progress: Jenner said in a PEOPLE interview in 2020 that she's changed her thinking in a lot of ways and no longer solely identifies as a Republican, but is more 'economically conservative, socially progressive' (seen at the Women's March in January 2020)

Progress: Jenner said in a PEOPLE interview in 2020 that she’s changed her thinking in a lot of ways and no longer solely identifies as a Republican, but is more ‘economically conservative, socially progressive’ (seen at the Women’s March in January 2020)

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