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Kim Kardashian & Alice Johnson Sit Down for Joint Interview - Watch Now!

Kim Kardashian & Alice Johnson Sit Down for Joint Interview - Watch Now!

Kim Kardashian and Alice Johnson are sitting down for an interview together!

The interview will air on Thursday (June 14) on NBC News’ TODAY.

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This is their first joint interview since President Donald Trump commuted Alice‘s life sentence for a nonviolent drug offense, which Kim successfully campaigned for during a trip to the White House at the end of May.

“’You can go home now. Are you ready to go home?’ When she said that, I went into full fledge Pentecostal holy dance! I started screaming and jumping. People were listening. I’m telling you, I was dancing, I was dancing, I was jumping, I was screaming. I was doing everything,” Alice said.

Watch the preview below!

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  • gwen

    What’s wrong with this picture? Kim is making this all about herself. Kim has been doing interviews since she first stepped into the White House, which just so happened to be the same week that her husband was releasing an album. It’s disgusting how the media is allowing Kim to hijack this moment, this is how we got Trump as president. Kim didn’t successfully campaign, remember, Trump pardoned someone else. It was only after both Kim and Trump received backlashed and Kim called her mother to negotiate another plan(Kim gives nonstop interviews praising Trump and normalizing him), that Trump decided to free/pardon Johnson.