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Caitlyn Jenner Confronted by Trans Woman for Supporting Trump: 'You're a F**king Fraud!'

The 67-year-old former olympian was caught on camera getting ambushed and verbally assaulted by a trans activist at an LGBT event over the weekend for supporting the 71-year-old president.

Caitlyn Jenner got ambushed by a trans woman for supporting President Donald Trump. The trans activist named Ashlee Marie Preston took to her Facebook page to share a video of her confronting and verbally assaulting the olympian-turned-reality TV star at an LGBT event over the weekend.

Caitlyn, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, allegedly continues to support the 71-year-old president after he authorized banning trans people from serving in the military. In the explosive video she shared, Ashlee was seen approaching the 67-year-old former athlete before lashing out, "You're a f**king fraud and a fake."

Caitlyn remained silent as Ashlee continued confronting her. "You continue to support somebody that does everything with the military to erase our community," Ashlee, who is also a journalist, argued. "It's really f**ked up that you continue to support him," she added.

After remaining stoic for a moment, Caitlyn asked, "Are you done?" to which Ashlee replied, "No I'm not done. I'm not done. It's f**king ridiculous. You're a f**king fraud," as bystanders tried to lower the tension.

"What makes me mad is I supported you... so many of us supported you," Ashlee continued as she turned her attention to a friend. "We are complicit. It goes against the mission. How are we gonna fight if she's giving money to the people who are destroying us."

Caitlyn has been an outspoken advocate for Trump. In March 2016, Caitlyn gave her thoughts about the business mogul on her show "I Am Cait", explaining, "I think he would be very good for women's issues."

She gave a speech at the Republican Convention in Cleveland, Ohaio in July that year, saying that she believed in the party and that it would make progress in LGBT policies. Caitlyn was seen wearing the Trump campaign's Make America Great Again red hat the next week after Trump announced via Twitter he would be banning transgender people from serving in the military late last month.

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