Caitlyn Jenner Is Allegedly Planning To Get Into Politics With Help From Former Trump Ally

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Brad Parscale, Trump’s former campaign manager during the 2020 presidential run, is now helping Caitlyn Jenner as she debates going up against California Gov. Gavin Newsom in this year’s recall, The Post reported.

Parscale and Jenner have known each other for years, and he is helping her with staffing critical personnel as she considers launching the gubernatorial bid, a source close to the matter said.

The former campaign manager and the Olympian and reality television star began working towards finding the right politicos for her team after she reached out to ask for assistance.

Jenner’s representative has yet to respond to requests for comment.

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News about Parscale helping Jenner came just a few days after reports of Jenner’s interest in moving to Sacramento started circulating.

On Monday, reports stated that Jenner was reportedly seriously considering running for the seat.

According to a source close to Parscale, while Jenner may be considering the ambitious move, Parscale himself is not interested in being campaign manager again, but he could be asked to be an adviser to the Jenner team down the line.

71-year-old Jenner was once a supporter of former President Donald Trump, and wishes to challenge Newsom on the Republican ticket.

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Should Jenner decide to run and win, it will not be the first time a high-profile Republican wins a California recall election.

Newsom, a Democrat, is up for re-election in 2022.

His approval rating in the past year has plummeted because of the stringent restrictions he placed on businesses and the closure of schools, none of which played a great role in actually curbing the spread of coronavirus in the state.

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This sparked a recall effort, which announced in mid-March that it had reached nearly 2 million signatures, greater than the 1.5 million needed to force an election.

While the GOP accounts for only 24 percent of registered voters in California, organizers stated that they began attracting Democrats and independents who were frustrated with their governor.

Sources: New York Post