According to Us Weekly, queen of sending mixed messages Caitlyn Jenner has accepted an invitation to attend Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20th.
Throughout the course of Trump's campaign, Jenner has had many positive things to say about her fellow reality television star and Republican Donald Trump. On her now canceled show I Am Cait, the former Olympian even said she thinks that Trump would be "very good for women’s issues," although she was met with protests from fellow cast members and anyone who had ever paid attention to anything Donald Trump has ever said ever. She also went on the record to say that Trump seems "very much behind the LGBT community" despite his choice to appoint Mike Pence, a noted homophobe, as his Vice President.
Although most of the Kardashian Klan supported Hillary Clinton, Jenner had called the Democratic nominee a "f*cking liar" who "couldn't care less about women." She did, however, seem to ease off Clinton after meeting her in person.
In an interview with Today back in April, Trump said that Jenner is welcome to use whatever bathroom she pleases in Trump tower (he has shifted his position North Carolina's anti-LGBT bathroom bill several times). She later took him up on that offer and taped herself strolling into Trump tower for a little pee break.
South Park creators parodied Jenner's cozy relationship with Donald Trump in the most recent season, depicting the conservative woman as the Vice President to Mr. Garrison (who posed as a caricature of Trump). Of course, this was not believable because Donald Trump has made it very clear that he wants to keep women far away from the oval office.