Kim Kardashian West is reportedly meeting White House President Donald Trump on Wednesday to win the reality star's pardon for a 62-year-old great-grandmother serving a life sentence.  Kardashian West will meet with her lawyer for the first time with Jared Kushner of the White House – whose own father spent more than a year in prison for tax evasion, illegal campaigning and witness violations – before the three sit down with the president, reports Vanity Fair citing sources.
Alice Johnson is serving a life sentence without parole for a first-time non-violent drug crime, according to Mic, who made a video profile of the woman in 2017 that initially drew Kardashian West's attention
"If you're thinking of making a decision that you have met in your life, and you get a life without the possibility of parole for your first non-violent offense, then there's just something there
Kardashian West has reportedly been working for months on Johnson's pardon by the President
The proposed meeting between Kardashian and Trump follows directly two major developments in the White House Criminal Justice.
Last week, Trump awarded Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion of boxing, posthumously a pardon The actor Sylvester Stallone u nd Johnson's Great Niece
Kushner won his first major legislative victory after the House approved the First Step Act – a prison reform law that would allow more prisoners to finance their prison sentences in semi-residencies supporting programs designed to deter inmates to go to jail, as well as promote good behavior.
Unfortunately, fans of "Keeping Up with the K Ardashians" will not be able to catch a glimpse behind the scenes of what's happening in the White House. Cameras and other members of the Kardashain clan are said to have been left behind, according to Vanity Fair.
After the meeting, Kushner and wife Ivanka Trump plan to receive the reality star in their home for dinner, the magazine reported.