Kim Kardashian thanked Trump for his dedication to criminal justice reform in America

Kim Kardashian thanked Trump for his dedication to criminal justice reform in America

Fashion model and reality TV star Kim Kardashian was in the White House Thursday afternoon for an important announcement.

During her stay with US President Donald Trump, Kardashian announced that she had successfully provided a mass transfer partnership for prisoners who had been released early, in order to get them to work interviews.

“Former prisoners will be given gift cards to enjoy this partnership,” she said. “They want to work and get the best results.”

Kim kardashian thanked President Donald Trump in her declaration, for his “sympathy” in his dedication to the reform of criminal justice in America.

Kim Kardashian, at an event at the White House on Thursday, promoted the early release of prisoners under the First Step Act, the Criminal Justice Reform Act signed by Donald Trump in December.

Kardashian has visited the White House several times to discuss criminal justice reform issues and appealed to Trump to grant an amnesty to Alice Marie Johnson, who was serving a prison sentence without parole for drug crimes.

Sanctions for more than 1,000 federal prisoners have been reduced due to “first step” legislation, according to a recent report by the US Judiciary Committee, according to the Associated Press.


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