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Selfie-Obsessed Kim Kardashian Demanded 20 Photo Retakes With President Trump

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Mr. President, clear your schedule! This photo op is going to take a lot of time.

Both Kim Kardashian and President Donald J. Trump love taking pictures and looking good in front of the camera. And when the 37-year-old reality television star met with him on May 30 in the Oval Office, she took the photo op game to a whole new level. can exclusively reveal Kim had the White House staff retake picture after picture of her and POTUS until she saw one she liked.

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“The official picture Kim and Trump released took forever because Kim had his staff take at least 20 pictures before deciding which one to release," a source close to Kanye West's wife told "It took at least 30 minutes. Kim wanted to see how she looked after each picture."

The source indicated that Kim, who's "serious about her pictures," was in total control of the photo-op and if she didn’t like a photo, she’d tell the staff to take another one.

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POTUS loved it, according to the source and understood that this is part of Kim and her business. "Trump didn’t seem to mind. He was gracious and impressed that Kim put so much energy into her image which is, after all, her money maker!

As readers know, Kim met with Trump to discuss prison reform and pleaded for the early release of Alice Marie Johnson.

Johnson, 63, is serving a life term sentence for a non-violent drug offense.

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