Caitlyn Jenner appeared at an event in Cleveland on Wednesday to support Republican candidates as the city plays host to the Republican National Convention (RNC).

Jenner was the headline speaker at a “Big Tent Brunch” sponsored by Equality Ohio, an LGBT rights group, Log Cabin Republicans, a gay GOP group, and the American Unity Fund, which supports socially liberal conservative candidates. She was introduced as the “most famous Republican in the world.”

In criticizing laws such as North Carolina's that restrict transgender bathroom use, the Olympian turned reality star made a joke at the expense of Republicans.

“Over the last few years, we have three Republicans state representative who were all arrested for lewd behavior in a men's bathroom,” Jenner said, a reference to former Mississippi Rep. John Hinson, former Idaho Senator Larry Craig and former Florida state Rep. Bob Allen.

“Maybe what we should do is ban Republican representatives at a state level” from using public restrooms, Jenner joked. If we want to “protect people.”

Jenner also told the crowd that she does not represent the transgender community “I speak for myself,” Jenner said.