Kim Kardashian on running for office: ‘Never say never’

Kim Kardashian on running for office: ‘Never say never’ | TheHill

"I don't really think that's even on my mind", Kardashian said on Saturday, June 16, in response to Jones' question about whether she'd consider running for commander in chief. She served 21 years in prison before Kardashian personally took her case to the president in May.

"I guess never say never", she responded.

Kim, 37, first spoke about the sibling rivalry back in 2016 during an appearance on her sister Khloe's chat show Kocktails with Khloe, when she revealed that North's jealousy drove her to stop nursing her four-month-old son Saint. "That's not where I am".

'I felt like she is a good person, you can see that in her.

Kardashian first heard about Johnson's situation on social media in October of 2017 and said she wanted to make it her mission to help her. "That's why Kanye loves him - it's the idea that anything can happen". "I honestly saw that if I could use my platform just to do something for one person", Kim told Jones, "it opens the conversation for so much more and for other people to want to do the same thing".

A week later, Trump commuted Johnson's sentence and she was released.

Tribute: Kim Kardashian shared this photo of Kanye West and their daughter North on Father's Day, writing: 'Happy Father's Day babe.

"The phone call I just had with Alice will forever be one of my best memories".

"Ms. Johnson has accepted responsibility for her past behavior and has been a model prisoner over the past two decades", the White House said in a statement.

She explained that she would not want to follow a specified party line whether or not she decides to ever run, but she would like to continue helping women who have been incarcerated.

"When she said that, I went into full-fledged Pentecostal holy dance", Johnson recalled.

In a Snapchat video, Mike said: "Kim, I've been doing this for 35 years and I said you missed your calling".

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