While President Trump has previously demonstrated a willingness to use his power to pardon and commute sentences, the White House is also engaged in an effort to pass prison reform legislation on Capitol Hill.
But the headliner was Kardashian West, who last visited the White House three months ago to press for a pardon for 63-year-old Alice Marie Johnson.
Young previously had been arrested at both 18 and 19 on both felony and misdemeanor drug possessions charges.
Kardashian shared on social media on Wednesday an interview she did for podcast "Wrongful Conviction", hosted by Jason Flom.
After Trump granted clemency to Johnson and she was released on June 6 after serving 22 years.
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The news of the meeting comes a day after Kardashian West revealed that she's now working on getting Chris Young, a non-violent drug offender, pardoned. "He's been in for nearly 10 years", she said, according to Page Six.
The blazer-clad Kim met with top Trump advisers, including Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner, who leads the White House's criminal justice efforts.
She Didn't Think That She'd Get as Far as She Did With Alice's Case: "I truthfully did not think I was gonna get that far", Kim admitted, talking about how she discovered Alice's case on social media and how she wanted to try to help her.
"He was saying "I can stay out of trouble in here [the medical facility], but going in prison there's stabbings, there's this and if you're near that you can get in trouble so easily".
According to reports, Young received his life sentence in 2014 as a result of having two prior drug-dealing convictions. For more than one person at a time? Court documents say federal agents believed Young was buying crack cocaine from a leader of the ring at a gas station. "I love this woman", Kardashian told Kotb while holding Johnson close.