Caitlyn Jenner was cracked into Malibu on Monday during a governmental run in her home state of California, amid a new report that her son Brody has been “ embarrassed ” by her political aspirations to replace Governor Gavin Newsom.
The Olympian, 71, wearing a red V-neck sweater with dark blue jeans and gray trainers and a black leather bag, she was holding a few Starbucks drinks while running errands.
She had parted and dropped her brown locks in the upscale Southern California community wearing a medical face mask amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Monday Monday: Caitlyn Jenner, 71, was snapped up in Malibu on Monday during her governmental run in her home state of California, amid a new report that her son Brody was “ embarrassed ” by her political aspirations to replace Govin Newsom.
The I Am Cait star was spotted following a new report from Page six quoted a source as saying that Brody, 37, thought Caitlyn’s nationally televised chat with Sean Hannity on Fox News last week was “ embarrassing. ”
Caitlyn was panned on social media for being tone-deaf in the chat, at one point she complained about the rapidly growing homelessness in her state amid an anecdote about the way she owns her own airplane hangar.
She told Hannity in the chat, ‘My friends are leaving California. My hangar, the man across the street, he was packing his hangar. And I said, “Where are you going?” And he says, “I’m moving to Sedona, Arizona. I can’t take it anymore. I can’t walk down the street and see the homeless.” ‘
She added: “I don’t want to leave: I’ll stay and fight, or I’ll get out of here.”
Staying Safe: She had her brown locks parted and dropped in the upscale Southern California community wearing a medical face mask amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic
The latest: The I Am Cait star was spotted after a new report from Page Six quoted a source saying Brody thought Caitlyn’s nationwide chat with Sean Hannity on Fox News last week was “ embarrassing. ”
Caitlyn continued her campaign on Twitter on Monday, saying her views on immigration match those of former President Donald Trump.
“I’m for LEGAL immigration,” she said. ‘I strongly support the wall and I am against open borders. As a government, I will end CA as a sanctuary state and I would see violent criminals deported immediately.
Once our border is clear, we must repair our broken immigration system to deal with those who work and live in California. Legal immigration makes us stronger. ‘
She also continued to criticize Newsom, writing, “Our leadership in California is so broken. In Gavin Newsom’s California, it is easier to get fentanyl than a plastic straw. #BrokenWokeness. ‘
Caitlyn continued her campaign on Twitter on Monday, saying her views on immigration match those of former President Donald Trump
In the meantime, Brody avoids situations where he’s asked about Caitlyn’s political campaign while promoting The Hills: New Beginnings with castmates.
One such event was last week when Brody didn’t do a cast interview on Good Morning America about the show’s upcoming season.
The source said that ‘if he had gotten a question at GMA, that would have been the one thing everyone was talking about’, and that Brody was backed by costars Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Audrina Patridge and Frankie Delgado in his decision to have the interview sit out.
Jenner announced her candidacy via Twitter last month, writing, “ I’m in, ” declaring her intention to challenge incumbent Democratic government Gavin Newsom in a recall election.
Lay Down: In the meantime, Brody has “ avoided situations where he might be asked ” about Caitlyn’s political campaign while promoting The Hills: New Beginnings with castmates
Miscue: Caitlyn was panned on social media for being tone-deaf talking with Sean Hannity, at one point she lamented the burgeoning homelessness in her state amid an anecdote about how she owns a private jet hangar
Jenner announced her candidacy for the election via Twitter last month
In a statement she made, Jenner said she was focused on things like boosting the economy, tax breaks and a stance against the state’s left-wing policies.
The winner of the 1976 Summer Olympics decathlon said in a statement that she is the only potential candidate “who can end Gavin Newsom’s disastrous time as governor.”
Competitions Jenner faces within the Republican Party include businessman John Cox, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, and former Rep. Doug Ose.