By Will Robinson
March 14, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT
@Caitlyn_Jenner via Twitter

After Caitlyn Jenner asserted on her reality series that “the country is over” if Hillary Clinton is elected, the TV personality has now shared a photo of herself with the Democratic presidential candidate.

The 66-year-old posted the photo to Twitter, along with two hashtags: “#learningfrommygirls” and “#willingtolisten.” In the photo, Jenner and Clinton are shown with actress Candis Cayne and artist Zackary Drucker — two other prominent transgender women.

In a teaser for an episode of I Am Cait, Chandi Moore asked Jenner about Republican candidate Donald Trump. Jenner said she isn’t fond of his “macho attitude,” before adding, “It doesn’t mean he wouldn’t be good for women’s issues. I think he would be very good for women’s issues.”

The conversation then shifted to Clinton. “If Hillary becomes President, the country is over,” Jenner said.

Clinton had been criticized for not being quick to speak out for LGBT rights. Last October, she gave a speech for the Human Rights Campaign and said, “Transgender people are valued, they are loved, they are us.”