Kim Kardashian & Alice Johnson Sit Down for Joint Interview

Kim Kardashian & Alice Johnson Sit Down for Joint Interview

This will be the first time the KKW beauty mogul will meet with Johnson, but the 63-year-old said that she first heard the news of her commutation from Kardashian. I said to her, 'Is there anything we can do?

The encounter was filmed by NBC as part of a segment that aired Thursday morning on the "Today" show.

President Donald Trump commuted Alice's sentence - who was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole in 1996 for a first-time, nonviolent drug offense and money laundering - on 6 June.

She was released earlier this month after Mr Trump commuted her sentence following Kardashian West's intervention. Two weeks ago, Kardashian met with President Trump at the White House to talk about Johnson's case.

"People have been asking me, 'Are you getting into politics?' and no, I'm still doing me", she noted. Can we, you know, hire different attorneys?

The fantastic thing about the pair's journey together is that when Johnson was first approached by Kardashian West, she admitted she didn't recognize her name.

"I did what I knew how to do", she said. I've lived it, I've walked with them, I've cried with them.

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Kardashian West told the programme: "I mean, I think to some people it might seem like, "okay, Kim made a phone call to the president, showed up". When she said that I went into full-fledged Pentecostal holy dance.

"I plan on continuing to magnify this issue".

When asked about what's next for the both of them, Johnson and Kardashian West both expressed their intention of working to help more people trapped in the criminal justice system. I started screaming and jumping, people were listening.

Before her release was announced, Johnson wrote an essay for CNN that expresses her faith and her gratitude for the help she received: "Some refer to prison as a place where hope dies". "I started reading everything that I could about her and everyone was amazed and I was amazed too". "This, like, fulfilled my heart, and so since I feel so fulfilled, why would I stop that?"

Johnson was imprisoned for 21 years on cocaine charges out of Memphis.

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