Caitlyn Jenner Obliterates Dylan Mulvaney, ‘I Have Nothing in Common with Her’

Caitlyn Jenner has escalated her war of words with up-and-coming transgender model Dylan Mulvaney as she said that Mulvaney’s politics are ‘fringe’ and ‘not good’ for the transgender movement.

Jenner has discounted the idea of a meeting between the two ‘trans titans’ to reconcile their differences.

“I have never spoken to her, nor will I,” Jenner, 73, told The Post.

Jenner elaborated on her criticism of Mulvaney, saying that she advocates for LGBT people by being the ‘adult in the room’ while Mulvaney damages their cause.

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“I try to be, for the LGBT community, the adult in the room. She is not. She is bouncing around all over the place. I have nothing in common with her.” Jenner said.

Others have echoed Jenner’s claims, with one commentator saying that Mulvaney lives their life ‘at the expense of other women’ while Jenner does not.

She further said that the fringe element of the transgender movement is harmful to the ‘trans community.’

“The fringe is the worst thing that can happen to the trans community and the media only wants to report on that because of the sensationalization of it and honestly, that’s got to stop,” Jenner said.

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In recent weeks, she criticized Nike for sponsoring Mulvaney.

“As someone that grew up in awe of what [Nike co-founder] Phil Knight did, it is a shame to see such an iconic American company go so woke!” she tweeted.

In October last year, Jenner criticized Mulvaney for a campaign where the transgender model attempted to “normalize the bulge” — a reference to “women” who have not undergone transition surgery.

She mocked Mulvaney and said the movement was offensive as it encouraged people to ‘expose their genitals in public.

“Dylan …congrats you’re trans with a penis,” Jenner tweeted.

Caitlyn Jenner has continued to endorse conservative causes and politicians, being one of the few prominent transgender people to do so.

As recently as this past week, Jenner met with former President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago.

While she hasn’t officially endorsed Trump, Jenner was bullish on his re-election prospects and called him a ‘great man.’

“I think Trump is going to win this thing … He is a great man, and he did tremendous things for this country,” Jenner said before indicating that she would be interested in campaigning for him.

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Still, Jenner has not been afraid to criticize conservatives for taking too much of a hardline on transgender issues.

“I think the right sometimes doesn’t believe in gender dysphoria, that it is real. … I have lived it,” Jenner said — before stating that she was against banning gender-affirming care for minors altogether.

“Every journey is different. My journey was very different. I am not in a position where I can say to some parent struggling with a child what they should do. This is between the parents, the doctor, and the child. Keep government out of this issue,” Jenner said.


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