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Media personality, Kim Kardashian West speaks at the White House as she joins President Trump for an event on criminal justice reform.
Kim Kardashian spoke at the White House on Thursday, appearing alongside President Donald Trump boosting efforts to help people leaving prison return to the workforce.
Kim who is currently studying law in a law school in California. She was initially seated between Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, Kardashian, 38, was met with applause after President Trump mentioned the reality star in his opening remarks.
Kim Kardashian speaks on her journey into criminal reform at the white house.
“It really is such an honor to be here today,” Kardashian, who has been advocating for criminal justice reform issues, said when she took the podium. She called Trump’s support of the “Second Chance” program “magic,” and added that the initiative had partnered with rideshare organization Lyft to hand out gift cards for reformed criminals to get to and from job interviews.
Kim Kardashian speaks at criminal justice reform event at White House.pic.twitter.com/Ng9ivvGalp
— Laila Ijeoma (@LailaIjeoma) June 14, 2019
Recall that Kim Kardashian had revealed plans to turn her effort in securing the release of some inmates in the US into a reality TV show.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashian star has helped secured the release of 17 inmates within three months and intends to publicize her efforts in the criminal justice reform space.