Caitlyn Jenner wouldn't outright say she wishes she didn't vote for Donald Trump, but she made it clear during "The View" on Wednesday morning she's "extraordinarily disappointed" in one move he's made since his inauguration.
"I did vote for him. I believe in limited government, I believe in the Constitution. I believe in the Republican side of it," she said. "I know that they're not as good when it comes to all LGBT issues, the Democrats do a better job. I got a lot of criticism, but I can handle this stuff."
Jenner said she talked to Trump during his campaign, saying he was was "pretty good on LGBT issues" at the time. "He supported a trans girl in Canada who was in the Miss Universe pageant and totally supported her."
When asked if she regretted voting for 45, Jenner wasn't sure.
"I don't know yet. On that issue, I regret it," she added. "[But] I also like a conservative judge on the Supreme Court. We have to be respected around the world. Some of the things he's doing, we'll see how it turns out. I like a strong America, a strong military."
Jenner was also asked whether she'd vote for him again. "Three and a half years from now is light years away when it comes to politics," she said.
The women at the table also asked about Jenner's own political aspirations, after Jedediah Bila said she'd make a good politician herself. While living as Bruce, the idea had been thrown past her before, but Caitlyn said she was always "thinking in my head, I got way too many secrets, they would destroy me."
"Now, I don't have one secret left," she added, "Yes." This echoes what she told Don Lemon in an interview on Tuesday evening, where she added, "I would have to look over the next year or two, and look and see, can I do a better job on the outside, or am I in a position now that I can do a better job for my community on the inside?"
Before her time was up, Caitlyn also addressed her relationship with ex-wife Kris Jenner.
Jenner revealed she hasn't spoken with Kris since her ex said everything in Caitlyn's book is "all made up" on Sunday night's episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."
"I wanted to give her a call and say, 'Hey, I'm going to promote the book, I want to see what you're doing,'" she explained. "I had found out the week before they were promoting that. To me, first of all, we had 23 great years together, the last few were a little tough and we mutually decided to go in our separate directions. It was a mutual decision. The divorce was one day. She found the house, she decorated the house I moved to in Malibu. She was very gracious and great, we stayed friends."
"This is my story. This is not her story," she continued. "This is the way I saw things in my life and in so many ways and I say so many nice things about her in the book, but her perception of what happened and my perception are different, which is OK. I wish she hadn't gone down that road on the show, but it's a reality drama."