Caitlyn Jenner said last week that while she's not ready to “outwardly support” Donald Trump, she has no plans on giving up on the Republican Party.

In an interview on HBO's Any Given Wednesday, Jenner told host Bill Simmons that she used sports to “hide” her gender issues.

Noting Jenner's reality show I Am Cait, in which she recently was pressured by her friends to admit that Hillary Clinton was better on transgender rights than most Republicans, Simmons asked Jenner whether she's still a conservative.

“Of course I am,” Jenner answered, then added that she thinks the federal government's reach is “ridiculous.”

“The Republican side, even though I've been very disappointed with them even over the last 10-20 years, has the best opportunity to bring this country back to what it was,” Jenner said.

Jenner said that she has not “outwardly supported” Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for president. During the primary season, Jenner said that she “liked” Texas Senator Ted Cruz.

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At an event last moth during the RNC, Jenner said that she has no plans to “give up” on the Republican Party, saying that coming out as a Republican was harder than coming out transgender.

Jenner told Simmons that she wants to educate Republicans on transgender issues.