Kim Kardashian revealed she is optimistic about the future, one day after Donald Trump was defe-ated by his Democratic challenger, President-elect Joe Biden.
‘Our future looks bright,’ the mother-of-four, 40, captioned a solo snap of herself in a plu-nging leather vest and burgundy alligator skirt with a cu*ve-hugging silhouette.
As she sat down before participating in a photoshoot or virtual conference, she posed with one hand on her hip and her dark tresses in a single waist-length braid.
In the snap, the KKW Beauty founder put on a very b*sty display, while smoldering into the camera with her glossy pout slightly agape. While the aspiring lawyer tweeted her support for the incoming presidential administration on Saturday, she previously praised Trump’s pr!son reform policies.
During a recent appearance on David Letterman’s Netflix series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, she refu-sed to say anything neg-ative about Trump even as Letterman repeatedly questioned her on politics. She did, however, reveal friends and family wa-rned her not to step foot in the White House because they feared her reputation would be ru!ned.
In response, she said she responded that she knew she had ‘to step foot in there or these people’s lives don’t have a chance.’ As result, Kim’s advocacy pu-shed Trump to comm-ute the life sentence of Alice Johnson, who had spent more than two decades serving life without parole for a nonv!olent dr*g offe-nse.
‘Hopefully, for the next multiple administrations, I’ll be working with the White House, helping them with clemencies,’ she noted. Despite being repeatedly gr!lled on her relationship with Trump, Kardashian would only say that she is ‘extremely grateful’ for the work of the Trump administration regarding cr!minal justice reform.Elsewhere in the interview, Kardashian refu-sed to say who she was voting for.’I know who I’m voting for,’ she said without elaborating further.
Her post also comes after her rapper husband conceded defe-at in the 2020 US presidential election on Tuesday.According to the Associated Press, West appeared on the ballot in 12 states, where thousands of people voted for him. Kardashian gave no public endorsements of her husband but retweeted a message about voter ho-tlines from Democratic vice presidential contender Kamala Harris. West, once one of Trump’s biggest celebrity supporters, launched his campaign for the White House in July with err-atic statements that raised concerns over his me-ntal health.
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