Donald Trump Says Kim And Kayne Help With Black Voters

Donald Trump Says Kim And Kayne Help With Black Voters


The White House saw Kim Kardashian meeting with President Donald Trump to talk about prison reform as well as unjust sentencing, as Bloomberg reports.

Kim & Kanye

Kim Kardashian met up with the President to discuss her ongoing campaign which is focused on fighting for a woman of the age of 63 who is currently serving an entire life-sentence based on charges of possession of drugs and with no chance at parole.

Alice Marie Johnson, a grandmother, 63 years old, was charged with drug possession and given a full life-sentence and according to her lawyers in a statement, was a first-time drug offense. Kim Kardashian has been constantly involved in the case, actively seeking out better and more justified prison reform acts and sentencing laws. In a post on Twitter, she thanked the President and said that “our hope that the President will grant clemency”.


During her last visit to the White House, President Donald Trump spoke to Kim Kardashian about how her presence, along with hip-hop giant and husband, Kanye West, was aiding the president in votes with African Americans.

After Kanye West spoke up and showed his support for President Donald Trump about one month before the meeting between Trump and Kim, the President then returned the praise and acknowledged the positive approval rating of African American voters as part of Kanye West’s support.

According to Bloomberg, he also said: “Kanye West must have some power because you probably saw I doubled my African American poll numbers. We went from 11 to 22 in one week.” A day after Kim Kardashian met with President Trump in hopes of arguing her case for a full presidential pardon for Alice Marie Johnson, the President presented Dinesh D’Souza, a film producer, with a full pardon after claiming that he was mistreated by the government, with other considerations like Martha Stewart being part of the potentially pardoned ones.