Caitlyn Jenner: My family not 'involved whatsoever' in gubernatorial bid
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Caitlyn Jenner says she doesn't want her famous family to be involved "whatsoever" in her California gubernatorial bid.

"I did speak with all my children. I said, 'Hey, I do not want one tweet. This is my deal,' " the Olympian and former reality TV star said Wednesday in an interview on "CBS This Morning."

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Jenner added that she asked her adult children "not to be involved whatsoever."

The former "I Am Cait" star's daughters with ex-wife Kris Jenner, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, haven't publicly weighed in on the political bid.


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"As we all know," Jenner told CBS's Gayle KingGayle KingLineup for Central Park 'Homecoming' concert includes Springsteen, LL Cool J, New York Philharmonic Ta-Nehisi Coates to join Howard University faculty Nikole Hannah-Jones rejects UNC tenure offer for position at Howard University MORE, Anthony Mason and Enrique Acevedo, "politics can be a pretty tough business."

"People have come after me all my life. And I kind of just move on and do my own thing," she said.

Jenner, 71, said she gave a directive to her brood: "I said, 'If anybody asks any questions in the media — because they're obviously in the media — I said just say no comment. Address your comments to me.' "