Kim Kardashian West makes another White House visit to talk criminal justice reform

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

President Donald Trump will welcome Kim Kardashian West to the White House on Wednesday to talk about criminal equity change issues and meet three ladies whose sentences he drove a month ago, a source acquainted with the issue affirmed.

Kardashian West will be joined by Alice Marie Johnson, whose lifelong incarceration was driven by Trump in 2018 closely following the unscripted television star’s backing. Johnson at that point suggested Trump drive the sentences of three other ladies – Tynice Nichole Hall, Crystal Munoz and Judith Negron – who served nearby Johnson in jail. They are required to meet Trump just because on Wednesday.

Kardashian West has met with Trump and his child in-law Jared Kushner – who has driven the White House’s criminal equity change endeavors – a few times, encouraging Trump to acquit Johnson, sign the First Step Act and change the forgiveness procedure.

In any case, the visit additionally features the profoundly sporadic procedure that has prompted most of Trump’s demonstrations of mercy – replacements and exonerations made sure about just by ethics of star force and individual associations with the President.

As opposed to reinforcing or simply depending on the Justice Department’s Office of the exoneration lawyer, Trump has everything except deserted it – rather depending on proposals of companions, associates, and big names.

The visit additionally comes as Trump’s crusade has progressively tried to underwrite politically on his criminal equity change endeavors, expanding effort to dark voters and running a moving Super Bowl commercial that featured Trump’s choice to liberate Johnson from jail.