President Donald Trump has often been criticized for his lack of political experience and therefore touted as being unfit to occupy the Oval Office.

However, the United States Constitution dictates only three necessary qualifications for a person to become the leader of the free world — none of which include prior political experience.

Now, it seems the “reality TV star” has inspired a few other famous faces to consider a new office in Washington D.C.

Actor and former professional wrestler Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has floated around the idea of a presidential run for a while and recently a campaign committee called “Run The Rock 2020” showed up on the Federal Elections Commission website. Although, it wasn't created by Johnson and it's unclear if he has any real ties to it.

On Wednesday, Grammy nominated music sensation Kid Rock formally announced his run to represent Michigan in the United States Senate.

While no paperwork has been filed, on Sunday, Olympic gold medalist and former star of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” Caitlyn Jenner revealed during an interview with New York's AM 970 that she may also give Congress a go.

When asked about the “rumor” of a Senate run, she said, “I have considered it. I like the political side of it.”

Jenner noted politics has always been “very intriguing” for her and explained that over the next six months she's going to be identifying where she can be of the most use for her causes.

"Can I do a better job from the outside? Kind of working the perimeter of the political scene, being open to talking to anybody? Or are you better off from the inside, and we are in the process of determining that,” she told host John Catsimatidis.

Nothing seems to be set in stone, but she did add, “I would look for a senatorial run.”

Many would expect her transgender status to align her with the Democrats, but Jenner is a staunch Republican. She explained that she's hoping the “perception” of the party can change from being beneficial to “rich, white, guys” to “the party of equality.”

In her mind, if the new generation of Republicans can create an image of acceptance while maintaining their fiscally conservative values, it'll be a huge win for the party and the country.

“I believe in little things like the Constitution. I believe in limited government,” Jenner told Catsimatidis. “Give the people of this country the freedom to go out into the work force without tons and tons and tons and tons of regulations.”

In 2016, the former Olympic champion attended the Republican National Convention, where she joked about the alleged contradiction between her political beliefs and gender status. “It was easy to come out as trans. It was hard to come out as Republican,” she told reporters.

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