LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Although Kardashian never publicly revealed who she supported in the 2020 US elections, she shared a post on X (formerly Twitter) that included a photo of Biden and the current vice president Kamala Harris with three blue hearts after Biden’s victory. in the competition, Business Insider reported.
According to an excerpt from Jonathan Karl’s new book, “Tired Of Winning,” Kim Kardashian lobbied the White House to commute additional sentences during the final weeks of former President Donald Trump’s administration.
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However, a book excerpt in Axios claims that Trump asked her to organize “a simple quid pro quo,” meaning she should invite football players to the White House.
A transfer therefore depends on another party making a transfer under a quid pro quo arrangement.
However, Kim was unable to carry out this action because Trump “had become too toxic.”
Trump demanded a quid pro quo from Kim Kardashian. He would grant her request to have her sentence commuted if she used her celebrity connections to entice her football friends to come visit him at the White House. She tried but every player she contacted refused. https://t.co/CpiWzVIz00
– Eugene Scott (@Eugene_Scott) November 13, 2023
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Donald Trump offered a “quid pro quo” for the pardon file proposed by Kim Kardashian in 2021
Kim proposed a pardon request to Trump in 2021, which he refused to entertain. A clemency case is a proceeding by which a president or other elected authority can reduce a defendant’s sentence or grant a pardon.
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An excerpt from “Tired of Winning: Donald Trump and the End of the Grand Old Party” claims that Trump rejected the request because he believed Kim supported Joe Biden in the 2020 election.
According to a source familiar with the exchange, Trump “demanded a direct quid pro quo” from the reality TV star, Karl said.
If she could convince the football players “who were her friends” to come to the White House, he promised to grant more commutations.
Karl wrote in his book: “Kardashian actually tried to do what Trump demanded, seeing it as a small price to pay to get justice for people she believed were serving unjust sentences. But all the actors she contacted refused. »
“Trump had become too toxic. In the last two weeks of his presidency, no one wanted to go near him.”
Donald Trump rejected her request because he believed Kim Kardashian supported Joe Biden in the 2020 election (Getty Images)
Donald Trump hangs up on Kim Kardashian
According to ABC News’ chief Washington correspondent’s new book “Tired of Winning,” Karl, Donald Trump and Kardashian’s older sister had a heated phone call that didn’t end well.
After Trump left the White House, Kim reconnected with him a few months later. She asked him to help her submit another request for clemency.
According to Karl’s book, the president told him no, saying, “You voted for Biden and now you’re coming to ask me for a favor?”
Although the famous reality TV personality has never stated who she supported in the 2020 election, it appears she posted on social media in support of Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris after their election.
According to reports, the former president decided not to support Kim’s justice reform plan due to this betrayal.
The conversation ended after a few more acerbic remarks. Karl writes: “Trump hung up on him.”
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However, in 2018, Trump overturned Alice Johnson’s sentence, which was given to life for her first drug crime and involved more than 20 years in prison.
In August 2020, the Tennessee woman was given a full pardon by the then-president, who signed the pardon, according to the Daily Mail.
A Trump representative attacked Karl’s reporting, according to Axios, calling the Washington correspondent a “backbencher who was never able to get his own show for obvious reasons.”
The excerpts, based on their statement, have already been “completely debunked.”
Internet users call Trump’s ‘quid pro quo’ attempt ‘influence peddling’
Referring to the above-mentioned excerpt from the book, American journalist Eugene Scott posted on
Netizens immediately flocked to the comments section to voice their opinions, with one saying: “I hope she recorded those conversations. They would be epic.”
A second criticized the former president’s action and said: “How superficial can you be?” Conditioning to improve someone’s life in exchange for a visit from a sports personality?
“It looks like influence peddling,” notes another.
Another quipped: “I’m just a humble American citizen, so what do I know except that asking for ANYTHING in exchange for a pardon or commutation is illegal? “
I hope she recorded these conversations. They would be epic.
— John Smith of Smithtown Forge Blacksmiths (@fin487) November 13, 2023
How superficial can you be? A package that changes someone’s life for the better in exchange for a visit from a sports personality?
— Daughter Dorsey (@313Eternal) November 13, 2023
This looks like “influence peddling”
— Mitch (@huskermitch) November 14, 2023
I’m just a humble American citizen, so what do I know, but is asking for ANYTHING in exchange for a pardon or commutation illegal?
– CALL YOUR SENATOR (202) 224-3121 (@sequinpants) November 14, 2023
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