Kim Kardashian continues to tease us about her presidential future
With Kim anything is possible, yes, even running for the post of president, who knows! At least, her recent tweet suggests that she's not joking about it.What do you think?
Kim Kardashian has already given us a hint that she is not afraid of entering into politics and the reality star is still dropping hints about it while keeping her fans guessing. Recently, Kim took to her Twitter to hint that she might be more than ready to enter into politics, in case people were thinking she was joking. The reality star retweeted a tweet which stated that she may not be ready to run for the presidency.
The tweet read, "@KimKardashian may not be ready for the White House after all! After saying "never say never" when asked about running for president, Kim isn't trying to make America Kardashian again." Kim retweeted this with a "LOL". This comes after in an interview on CNN’s The Van Jones Show, the reality star confessed that even though running for the office was not on her to-do list as of now, it was something that wasn't out of the picture.
“Never say never," she said when asked about running for president. The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star further opened up about using her platform to help someone in need. “I honestly saw that if I could use my platform just to do something for one person, that it opens the conversation for so much more and for other people to want to do the same thing,” she said. "If more people would just put their personal feelings aside and talk about really important issues that have to be discussed, then so much more can get done." Kim also dished on why she liked politics.
“No matter who you talk to, no matter what political party, people feel what’s right is right and that’s what I love about this, is that it can just be so bipartisan,” she said. This comes after Kim met President Donald Trump at the White House to talk about prison reforms. After the meeting, in a series of tweets, Trump announced that he would be pardoning some of the people who had been wrongly convicted but did not mention Alice Johnson's name (whom Kim had advocated for), a non-violent drug offender who was sentenced to life in prison without parole in 1996.
However, he later announced that he had granted clemency to the 63-year-old great-grandmother. Kim took to her Twitter feed to express her happiness and how it felt at the exact moment when she told Alice the good news. "The phone call I just had with Alice will forever be one of my best memories. Telling her for the first time and hearing her screams while crying together is a moment I will never forget," she wrote. Kim even shared the post about her release and captioned it as "BEST NEWS EVER!!!!"