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Caitlyn Jenner to Republicans Who Don’t Protect LGBTQ Rights: ‘I’m Coming After You’ (Video)

The transgender celebrity tells Diane Sawyer she voted for Trump but is not happy with the party

Caitlyn Jenner tackles a shift in her controversial political views in an upcoming interview with “20/20”‘s Diane Sawyer, two years after the host’s first exclusive with the former Olympian.

At one point in the interview, featured in the clip above, Sawyer asks Jenner if she’s still a Donald Trump supporter.

Jenner has been a long-time Republican and even voted for Trump in the last election. She’s received criticism from many in the LGBTQ community concerning her political views. Now Jenner says certain policies regarding transgender and other LGBTQ protections have been “extremely disappointing.”

“Yes I did vote for Trump but here’s the deal breaker with the Republican party. And the deal breaker is you mess with my community, you do the wrong thing with our community, you don’t give us equality and a fair shot, I’m coming after you,” she told Sawyer.

Jenner cites how the Trump administration rescinded protections for transgender youth in regards to what bathrooms they can use, and how the previous administration had allowed transgender people to serve on the front lines of the military.

President Obama and his administration used a federal law called Title IX to rule that transgender students were allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms that corresponded with their gender identity.

However, the Trump White House claimed that violated states’ rights. In a video released in February, Jenner expressed how disappointed she was in the decision.

“This is a disaster,” she said. “You made a promise to protect the LGBTQ community.”

Jenner hasn’t spoken to Trump since the inauguration, which she attended. She said he invited her to play golf with him.

“At that time, it thought it was a pretty good idea but since Title IX, it’s not a good idea,” she said about the offer.

The interview premieres on ABC on Friday, April 21 at 10 p.m. ET.