First Lady Dreams! The REAL Reason Behind Kim’s Meeting With President Trump Exposed

May. 31 2018, Updated 12:57 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian was praised by fans and even critics yesterday for meeting with President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., where the reality star turned activist begged for the early release of first-time nonviolent drug offender Alice Marie Johnson, 62.

But in addition to prison reform, the reality TV star had selfish motives for her high-profile White House visit, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.

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“Kim wants nothing more than to be First Lady when her husband Kanye West runs for President,” an insider told Radar. “Kim wants to show the world that she has what it takes to do this role, and has a cause to champion that Americans can relate to."

"She does believe in prison reform, but not as much as she believes Kanye has a chance at winning the 2024 election!"

West's support for Trump "opened the door" for the 37-year-old mother of three's meeting, the source said, adding that the President warmly welcomed her to the White House.

Kardashian and Ivanka Trump's husband Jared Kushner spoke for months before the pow wow, as the presidential adviser is passionate about prison reform.

Kardashian’s plight to free Johnson began last year, when she tweeted, “this is so unfair,” along with a link to the incarcerated great-grandmother's interview with Mic.com.

Johnson is currently serving a life sentence for drug trafficking, and is not eligible for parole.

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