Over the last 24 hours, the biggest story to dominate the news cycle has been President Donald Trump and his decision to roll back protections for transgender students. In response, Hollywood has fired back, with Caitlyn Jenner even getting into the conversation.

Jenner on Trump

The highest profile name to transition from one gender to another in recent years has been Caitlyn Jenner. The former Bruce Jenner made a name for herself at the 1976 Olympic games, winning the decathlon event in Montreal and become an American hero in the process. Decades later and Jenner transitioned into becoming a female, and has been the most popular mainstream individual to do so.

In a surprising turn of events, Jenner is actually a registered Republican, with is considered unique since the conservative platform is typically not in favor of rights that favor the LGBT community. While Jenner has been close with President Donald Trump in the past, she isn't pleased with his latest action. As seen on her Twitter page on February 23, the former Olympic hero is speaking out.

"I have a message for the trans kids of America," Caitlyn Jenner said, before adding, "You’re winning." "I know it doesn’t feel like it today or everyday, but you’re winning," she continued.

Jenner vowed to win "full freedom nationwide" and do so with "bipartisan support." Not stopping there, the former decathlon winner turned her attention to those who have used their time to bully transgender students and other members of the LGBT community.

“You’re sick,” Caitlyn Jenner said of the bullies, while adding, "Because you're weak, you pick on kids, your pick women, or anyone you think is vulnerable." Jenner even took a shot at Jeff Sessions, the current Attorney General who one of the most controversial cabinet nominees.

"Apparently even becoming the Attorney General isn’t enough to cure some people of their insecurities," she noted. In closing, Jenner decided to send a direct message to Donald Trump. "From one Republican to another, this is a disaster, and you can still fix it," she noted, while referencing the transgender rights case that will soon be headed to the Supreme Court.

Moving forward

In the aftermath of the administration's decision to roll back the Obama-era regulation on transgender rights, the political gap between liberals and conservatives continues to widen. With only a month into his first term in office, it doesn't appear like Donald Trump is any close at bringing the country together.