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Kim Kardashian Joins President Trump at White House to Discuss Criminal Justice Reform

Just Jared Thursday, 13 June 2019
Kim Kardashian is back at the White House. The 38-year-old reality star joined President Trump at a press conference to speak about the Second Chance hiring and reentry event on Thursday (June 13) in Washington, DC. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Kim Kardashian Kim spoke about the Second Chance program and announced that [...]
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At a White House event boosting efforts to help former inmates get jobs out of prison, celebrity Kim Kardashian West on Thursday spoke about the &quot;Second Chance&quot; initative that includes a rideshare program that gives gift cards to reformed criminals to get to job interviews. Rough...

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