She's with her... in this photo at least.
Two weeks ago, Caitlyn Jenner shared a picture next to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and on Sunday's I Am Cait, we learned the backstory of the photograph.
As Jenner and her fabulous party of girls were road tripping across the country, they stopped in Des Moines, Iowa for the Democratic debate. As the group approached the city, some expressed concern that Jenner, an outspoken Republican, might offend people at the event.
"In a room full of people we don't know, we don't want to insult anybody there," Jenner's close friend, Candis Cayne said. "We don't want to get into fights with the Republicans. We don't want to get in fights with the Democrats, Caitlyn."
On a previous episode of I Am Cait, Jenner said she would never give Clinton her vote. "If Hillary becomes president, the country is over," she said.
And, on the evening of the debate at Drake University, Jenner openly criticized Clinton, "It should be fun to see all the free stuff Hillary's gonna give out... She never says how we're gonna pay for it, but..."
Jenner also booed Clinton when her name was announced. When Bernie Sanders was introduced, Jenner had a jab for him and our current POTUS as well. "Just like Obama, he doesn't really appreciate this country," she said.
But later, when Jenner and her friends had an unexpected encounter with Clinton, the former Olympian cozied up to Clinton for a picture, and even paid her a compliment. "I have to admit, I think she's very good on transgender civil rights." Jenner said. She also posed for a photo with former President Bill Clinton.
Like the photo at the top says, it does seem like Jenner is #willingtolisten.
I Am Cait airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on E!.