Let's get checking out a bunch of times Kylie Jenner proved she was the Queen of selfies.
"She could have just saw the video or read an article or whatever and just said "oh that's a shame" or whatever and went on with her life, but she didn't, she chose to get involved in a major way", Johnson told ABC.
Kardashian West posted on Twitter and Instagram about Johnson's case and her White House meeting on Wednesday, thanking Trump for considering giving Johnson "a second chance at life". "I hate to say it, but her voice is more influential, apparently, than a lot of politicians out here trying to do the one two shuffle", she said. "Great meeting with @KimKardashian today, talked about prison reform and sentencing", he captioned the photo.
Trump also tweeted a picture showing him grinning widely while sitting behind his desk in the Oval Office as Kim stands beside him in an all-black ensemble.
While Obama commuted a record number of sentences, Johnson was denied clemency at that time.
Kardashian was moved by Johnson's story, which was featured in a Mic.com profile last October and detailed all the ways her punishment did not fit her crime. Ms. Kardashian you are literally helping to save my life and restore me to my family.
Earlier this month, Mr Trump pardoned the heavyweight boxer Jack Johnson, who was convicted in 1913 of violating the Mann Act for transporting a woman across state lines for "immoral purposes".
Trump has granted four pardons and one commutation since becoming president.
CNN's Jim Acosta scoffed at Kardashian West's trip to the White House, saying it showed the Trump administration isn't serious about the real issues.