Reality star Kim Kardashian-West returned to the White House to voice her support for the prison reform program called “Second Chance.”
(Kim Kardashian (left) and Ivanka Trump (right) Image Via Twitter / @IvankaTrump)
By Omphile Seetseng
This prison reform aims to assist former inmates to reintegrate into society. On her last visit to the White House in 2018, the reality star managed to persuade President Donald Trump to pardon Alice Marie Johnson, who was serving a life sentence for drug offenses without parole.
Kim Kardashian-West is currently studying to become a criminal justice lawyer, the reality TV star hopes to use her influence and profession to fight to give prisoners a second chance at life.
Honored to be at the @WhiteHouse today with @realDonaldTrump. Thank you @kimkardashian for being a champion for criminal justice reform. It wouldn’t have happened without you. pic.twitter.com/5npnMqCyWT
— Phil Bryant (@PhilBryantMS) June 13, 2019