Caitlyn Jenner Used the Women's Bathroom at Trump Tower — And Took a Shot at Ted Cruz

Caitlyn Jenner Used the Women's Bathroom at Trump Tower — And Took a Shot at Ted Cruz
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Former Olympian and current reality star Caitlyn Jenner filmed herself using the bathroom of her choice at Trump Tower — and took a shot at Ted Cruz, the Republican Party's most staunchly anti-LGBT presidential candidate, in the process. 

"Last week Donald said I could take a pee anywhere in a Trump facility," said an excited Jenner into the camera. "So I am going to go take a pee in the ladies' room."

Read more: Donald Trump Says North Carolina Should Have Left Bathroom Laws Alone

And that's exactly what she did.

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With camera in tow, Jenner and her anonymous filmmaker strode into the building and proceeded forward. 

"Ladies' room?" Jenner asked an attendant.

The camera stayed behind for the actual business at hand but was ready for a triumphant — and relieved — Jenner who emerged a few moments later. 

"Thank you, Donald, I really appreciate it," she said, "And by the way, Ted [Cruz], nobody got molested."

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Jenner, who previously raised eyebrows by suggesting she could be a trans ambassador for the Texas senator appears to have shifted allegiance to his chief rival for the nomination, the billionaire real estate magnate, Donald Trump.

In recent days, Cruz has come out in support of North Carolina's HB2 law, which says people must use bathrooms that correspond to the gender on their birth certificate, going as far to compare transgender people to Trump dressing up like Hillary Clinton. Trump, meanwhile, has blasted the law and pointedly said during an interview on NBC's Today that Jenner could use whatever bathroom she wanted at Trump Tower.

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Jon Levine

Jon Levine is a staff writer at Mic, covering politics and people. He is based in New York and can be reached at JLevine@mic.com.

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