Caitlyn Jenner on Wednesday took Donald Trump up on his offer to use
whichever restroom was most comfortable at Trump Tower in New York City.
Jenner, the Olympic gold medal winner for the men's decathlon in the 1970s as Bruce Jenner, now identifies as female, and when Trump was asked at a recent televised town hall whether he would allow Jenner to use the women's restroom at his Trump Tower building, he replied that transgender people should use whichever restroom they feel most comfortable in.
That's at odds with Trump's GOP presidential challenger Ted Cruz, who opposes allowing transgendered people into restrooms other than that of the sex listed on their birth certificates.
"Men should not be going to the bathroom with little girls," Cruz said
in at an MNBC town hall when asked about North Carolina's controversial law requiring people to use the bathroom of their biological sex. The potential for sexual abuse of young girls has been cited by opponents as a reason not to allow the practice.
Late Wednesday, Jenner posted a video to Facebook outside Trump Tower taking Trump up on his offer.
"OK, last week, Donald Trump said I could take a pee anywhere in a Trump facility. So I am gonna go take a pee in the ladies' room," Jenner says.
Jenner passes the restroom with an "M" on it, remarking, "M, not anymore," then enters the restroom marked, "W."
"Thank you, Donald," Jenner says upon exiting the restroom. "I really appreciate it, and by the way, Ted, nobody got molested."
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