Donald Trump might be dancing with Caitlyn Jenner during one of the inaugural balls, according to several sources. On Thursday, several pictures surfaced online showing Miss Jenner at LAX on her way to catch a flight to Washington, D.C. Miss Jenner was casually dressed in jeans, t-shirt, black coat, and matching booties. The 67-year-old smiled and even posed for the paparazzi hanging around the airport. There might be a reason as to why the television personality was such in a good mood; she is heading the U.S. capitol to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday.
While some celebrities are fleeing The Donald, and others have gone as far taking part in anti-Trump events, Jenner, a transwoman, has always shown support for the mogul. Despite being a spokesperson for LGBT-related issues, the retired Olympic gold medal-winning decathlete is a real conservative at heart and backed only GOP candidates.
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star spoke out against North Carolina HB2 law or the so-called bathroom law, and to many people’s surprise Trump came out in her support. The then-candidate said Jenner and other trans people would be welcome to use any bathroom at his hotels.
Now, there is a report out saying that the “I Am Cait” star might do more than just attend the inauguration. It is claimed that Trump is being pushed to share a few dance steps with the most famous openly transgender woman in the world.
The bold move would capture the world and probably break the Internet. Aides from Trump’s transition team, (no pun intended), say the short dance would show that he understands and cares for the LGBT community.
A member of the incoming president staff told Page Six: “It’s a brilliant idea. The image of Trump dancing with Caitlyn would send a strong message that he supports gay rights and trans rights. A picture is worth a thousand tweets.”
Many doubt that a Jenner/Trump dance will extinguish the fear boiling within the LGBT community which believes that Trump will remove some of the rights they obtained under President Obama.