Kim Kardashian Met With Donald Trump To Discuss Prison Reform

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Because this is what reality TV celebrities do on a daily basis... Kim Kardashian has visited US President Donald Trump to discuss prison reform.

Vanity Fair reported that Kim travelled to the White House with an entrusted lawyer to talk to the President about domestic prison reform and also asked him to pardon a 62-year-old great grandmother who is currently serving a life sentence, without parole, for a first-time drug conviction handed down over 21 years ago.

Kim has been invested in Alice Marie Johnson's case for quite some time now and it has pushed her to take a deep look into the prison reform that the Trump administration have been pushing for.


In 1996, Alice was charged and convicted of conspiracy to possess cocaine, attempted possession of cocaine and money laundering.

She had previously lost her job and to help provide for her children, Alice admitted that she made the mistake of becoming a telephone mule for a drug conspiracy ring.

The incident was her first run-in with the law, the charges were laid against her were non-violent and she had no prior convictions.

Despite this, a system of harsh-penalties-as-deterrent saw her sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole and after 21 years in prison, Alice has become an ordained minister, is reported as a model inmate and helps mentor young prisoners.

After learning about the case, Kim contacted Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, as they both have an interest in prison reform and today, Kim met with the President in the oval office to discuss the issue.

The President tweeted a picture of himself with Kim in the White House saying that it was "Great meeting with Kim Kardashian today, talked about prison reform and sentencing."


There's no word on whether or not Kim was able to receive a pardon for Alice. 

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