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Caitlyn Jenner called the Trump administration decision to rescind bathroom protections for transgender students "a disaster" and urged the president to call for guidance. Above, Jenner Life is Good event in Los Angeles, Jan. 7, 2017. Rich Polk/Getty Images

Caitlyn Jenner called the Trump administration's actions on transgender issues “a disaster” Thursday and asked President Donald Trump to call him for help on LGBTQ issues.

Jenner, perhaps the most famous trans person in America, tweeted as “one Republican to another, this is a disaster. You made a promise to protect the LGBTQ community. Call me.”

Trump pledged during the election campaign to be receptive to LGBTQ issues, even incorporating the pledge into his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention.

He even tweeted the sentiment.

Last June, Jenner, in an interview with STAT, said he thought Trump was behind the LGBT community.

“He seems very much behind the LGBT community because of what happened in North Carolina with the bathroom issue. He backed the LGBT community,” said Jenner, who went from Bruce to Caitlyn in 2015.

The Trump administration Wednesday rescinded Obama administration guidelines that required schools to allow transgender students to use restrooms reflecting their gender identity rather than their biological gender.

The Departments of Justice and Education sent a letter to schools saying it would be up to the states to determine which bathrooms transgender students should use.

The action prompted reactions across the country. Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy signed an executive order to ensure the rights of transgender students “continue uninterrupted.”

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., call the decision “just plain wrong.”

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said no student “should face discrimination.”

David Kilmnick of the LGBTQ Network on Long Island, New York, told the Associated Press his group is putting together a team of lawyers to fight transgender discrimination on the island.

"We're not discouraged. And we're going to keep fighting like we have been and keep fighting for the right thing," Gavin Grimm, a transgender teen who sued his Virginia high school over its bathroom access policy, told the AP.

Grimm’s case comes before the U.S. Supreme Court next month. At issue is whether Grimm, who was born female, will be allowed to use the boys’ bathroom at his Gloucester County school.

"This is an incredibly urgent issue for Gavin and these other kids across the country," Joshua Block, a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union, told Reuters.