Kim Kardashian Heads To Ivanka & Jared's House After Meeting With President Trump

Robert Jonathan

After meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House, Kim Kardashian paid a visit to first daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner last night at the couple's D.C. residence.

Kardashian met with the president to discuss the case of Alice Marie Johnson, a first-time drug offender who is serving a life sentence and has already been jailed for more than 20 years. She is seeking a pardon for the great-grandmother. In general, Kardashian has reportedly been championing the cause of ending the mass incarceration of non-violent drug offenders.

Apparently, Kardashian has been in communication with Ivanka and her husband about this criminal justice issue, the Daily Mail explained.

"Exclusive photos taken by showed Ivanka smiling with Kim and her husband before Kardashian left the Kushner home at around 8pm on Wednesday. Kardashian, who visited the couple in Kalorama Heights, is thought to have been involved in private discussions with Kushner and Ivanka Trump for several months...Kushner has led White House efforts at prison reform, drawing on the experience of his father's sentence in 2005 for tax evasion, illegal campaign contributions, and witness tampering."

She added that she is hopeful that Alice Johnson and other similarly situated persons will get a second chance at their lives.

President Trump has indicated that he will sign the bill should it clear the Senate and thus reach his desk.

Last week, President Trump issued a rare posthumous pardon to world heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson. The president announced today that he was giving a full pardon to author and political pundit Dinesh D'Souza. The Obama administration prosecuted D'Souza for a relatively minor campaign finance violation that usually involves just a civil fine. After pleading guilty to one federal charge, he served eight months in a San Diego halfway house.