Kim Kardashian West tweeted her gratitude toward Ivanka Trump Thursday after speaking at the White House on behalf of those attempting to return to the workforce after prison.
“Thank you @IvankaTrump for helping me to start this amazing journey of fighting for people who truly deserve a second chance!” the reality star, who is studying to be a lawyer, posted.
Earlier, Ivanka Trump, who was at the White House event, had praised Kardashian West on Twitter for her “passionate advocacy” for criminal justice reform and the “Second Chance” program.
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Kardashian West first met with the president a year ago to advocate clemency for Alice Johnson, a great-grandmother who was serving a life sentence for a nonviolent drug trafficking conviction.
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The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star said it was an “honor” to speak at the White House and thanked the president for his support on the program.