In the premiere of the second season of E!'s reality series I Am Cait, Caitlyn Jenner criticized Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, saying that the candidate only cares about herself.

While on a bus tour in Iowa with her friends, Jenner was asked whether she wanted to attend a Democratic debate.

“It's the last place I want to be,” said Jenner, a self-described Republican. “But I'm open. We need both sides and if we're unfortunate enough [to] get Hillary as our next president, we need her on our side. Although she won't be – she couldn't care less about women.”

“She cares about her herself,” Jenner added.

When asked which GOP candidates she thought were best on transgender issues, Jenner, 66, responded: “All of them. They don't hate gays or trans people. They are more, 'I want a thriving economy so every trans person has a job.'”

Of the four remaining GOP candidates – Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich – none has endorsed marriage equality and all have repeatedly said that they would support efforts to reverse or undermine the Supreme Court's ruling striking down state laws and constitutional amendments which excluded gay and lesbian couples from marriage.

(Related: At GOP debate, John Kasich offers support for opponents of gay marriage.)

Cruz has also come out against transgender protections.

Jenner was already facing criticism for saying in a recent interview that she wanted to serve as “trans ambassador” in a Cruz administration.

(Related: Caitlyn Jenner criticized for offering to serve as Ted Cruz's “trans ambassador.”)

In a trailer for the show's second season, Jenner is seen meeting Clinton.