Kim Kardashian has opened up about receiving criticism for meeting with Donald Trump.
Last year the 38-year-old went to the White House to discuss prison reform and successfully secured clemency for Alice Johnson, who was serving a life sentence in prison for a first-time drug offence.
The mother-of-three received some criticism from fans for meeting up with and maintaining a relationship with Donald Trump, and she has now opened up about that experience.
Speaking on CNN’s Van Jones Show, Kim said: “So many people have would say to me, ‘Don’t go to the White House, your career will be over. Don’t go there.'”
“And I just kinda weighed the decision where it was like, to save a life, or to get maybe bad tweets about me or a bad news story for a few days.”
“I guarantee you the people sitting behind bars do not care who the president is. They just want that relief. And so if I could have done that, I don’t care,” she continued.
The KUWTK star went on to say that she regularly gets messages from people when there are issues going on with the president and said: “I think that people, I see on Twitter people writing me all the time, ‘Kim, do something, do this, do that,’ and I have been very honest with the administration.”
“I have been very honest with everyone, from Jared [Kushner] and Ivanka [Trump], to everyone in the White House about how I feel about immigration in particular and we’ve had the conversations.”
“The reality is, I can’t do everything. I’m not in that position and if I can change people’s lives in a different area, I have to focus on that and I have definitely voiced my opinion on other things and requested things in other areas.”
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