By The Blaze. Kim Kardashian West broke her silence about her visit to the White House to obtain a commutation for Alice Johnson from the president, and she fired back at her critics. . .
“Trump is using you as a political pawn,” Jones said, “so now you sort of, you’ve endorsed him in a way, you’ve kinda given him legitimacy. You might be in a campaign video – he used you.”
“I think Kanye has already been giving him legitimacy, so I don’t you know, in that way, so I don’t think I would be used,” Kardashian responded.
“At the end of the day, he heard me out,” she concluded. “We got the job done.” . . .
“I mean Kanye you know, cosigned, and said that he loves his personality and loves him,” she explained. “And it was very very separate. Like, you know, Kanye obviously knew what I was doing and knew I was working on it ahead of time, but, so that yeah when I hear that, and I’ve heard that, I don’t let it phase me.” (Read more from “Kim Kardashian Fires Back at Critics of Her Trump Visit – Here’s What She Said” HERE)
Kim Kardashian Shares the Joy of How She Called Alice Johnson in Prison to Tell Her She Would Be Freed
By CNN. When Kim Kardashian West learned that Alice Marie Johnson — a nonviolent drug offender serving a life sentence — would be freed, she broke the news to her in a tearful phone call.
“I was like ‘you’re going home,’ ” Kardashian said Thursday, recalling the conversation with Johnson.
Johnson, 63, who had spent a third of her life in prison, screamed.
“We cried, maybe, on the phone for like three minutes straight,” an emotional Kardashian told CNN’s Van Jones, recounting her advocacy for Johnson, and her role in President Donald Trump’s decision to grant Johnson clemency on Wednesday. “Everyone was just crying,” (Read more from “Kim Kardashian Shares the Joy of How She Called Alice Johnson in Prison to Tell Her She Would Be Freed” HERE)