Caitlyn Jenner is a lot of things and one of those is a conservative. While on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Caitlyn Jenner defends Trump and destroys Kimmel.

Kimmel asked Jennifer if she regretted voting for Donald Trump. Jenner didn't answer the question right away. Instead she explained that she intended to vote for the Republican nominee regardless of who it was. This is because she "believes in limited government" and “grew up in a country where you actually said the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag at school.”

From there Jenner moved on and admitting there are some things Trump did that she does not agree with. She also said, “there are some things I think he’s done that are very good.”

This triggered Kimmel. "What?" Kimmel asked while the audience roared with laughter.

At this point Jenner laid out some of the things that she feels President Trump has done well.

Caitlyn Jenner Defends Trump

Per the Daily Caller:

“If you’re on the conservative side and you believe in our Constitution, I’m glad Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court,” Jenner retorted.

“[Trump has] lowered regulations in a lot of different businesses to help business get going,” she continued. “I don’t want massive regulations, I don’t want massive taxes. Especially since we’re the highest taxed country in the world…”

“Not true! Incorrect!” Kimmel jumped in with an aggressive finger point.

“The highest tax–corporate tax–in the world,” Jenner clarified, referring to the fact that the U.S. has the highest rate among the industrialized nations of the OECD.

“I’ll have to look it up,” Kimmel admitted.

“It’s tough for anybody to do business around here, and I’d like to see the United States be the best place in the world to do business,” Jenner concluded.

It's no secret that Caitlyn Jenner is a very confused individual. That said, even Jenner is able to see that President Trump is doing a lot of things well. It's too bad the mainstream media can't join in.

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