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Caitlyn Jenner's views on prison reforms have reportedly 'disturbed' Kim Kardashian. The 71-year-old former Olympian recently announced her bid for Governor of California and she has been sharing her thoughts on Twitter - which are very different to Kim's.

She made a tweet about 'dangerous criminals' in the streets, which Kim is 'not happy about'.

Caitlyn penned to her followers: "This is horrible and also avoidable. Gavin's District Attorneys across California are releasing dangerous criminals back on to our streets. Enough is enough. #RecallGavin."

Her tweet was in response to a story about a man who killed a seven-month-old and allegedly been arrested twice this year for domestic violence, before being released.

The outlet reports that Kim finds Caitlyn's approach 'hurts communities because it uses more of taxpayer's money and does not address the reasons why people commit crime in the first place'.

TMZ previously reported Kim and her famous family will not publicly endorse Caitlyn's bid to become governor.

Mum-of-four Kim is a supporter of Newsom's approach to crime which offers support to those coming out of prison and re-entering society.

She has previously revealed she is 'very supportive of Governor Newsom' and his plans to remove the death penalty in California.

Back in 2019, Kim shared with her fans: "I have met with and am very supportive of Governor Newsom and his decision to help bring an end to the California Death Penalty. Racial bias and unfairness run deep throughout the justice system but especially when it comes to the death penalty."

Meanwhile, Caitlyn laid into Newsom and even referred to him as 'CEO of the state' after he doubled down on street crime in response to congressman Ted Lieu after he tried to point out that DAs are elected.

The Kardashian sisters are continuing to publicly ignore Caitlyn's campaign as they promote brands and products on their social media.

The Kardashian Clan [Courtesy]