Miley Cyrus shared her thoughts on how to talk politics with Trump supporters

LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 21:  Singer Miley Cyrus speaks onstage at the women's march in Los Angeles on January 21, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Story highlights

  • The singer campaigned for Hillary Clinton in 2016
  • She told Billboard she needs to be "open" with how she approaches people about politics
  • "That's the only way to make real change," she said

Washington (CNN)Miley Cyrus might have supported Hillary Clinton during the 2016, but she's open-minded when it comes to approaching President Trump's supporters.

"I like the way I think right now," she told Billboard. "But don't Trump supporters like the way they think? So I've also got to be open with the way I approach people with my opinions. That's the only way to make real change."
The singer said the day after the election, her rumored fiance Liam Hemsworth cautioned her against going to rehearsals for "The Voice," where she was a coach.
    "Everyone's from all different parts of the country, so he was like, 'Don't go and get into it with people right now,'" she said. "Because clearly, unity is what we need."
    Cyrus supported Bernie Sanders during the Democratic primary, but threw her support behind Clinton after he dropped out, and campaigned for Clinton in October, visiting students at George Mason University in Virginia.
    The day after Trump's inauguration, she participated in the Women's March in Los Angeles.
    Singer Miley Cyrus (R) marches during the Women's March on January 21, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.
    "We don't want to talk about change, we want to be the change," she said at the march, according to Billboard. "And to know that I'm not alone in this dream brings me such hope, and hope is a crucial component in creating the world that we want to live in."