Johnson is a 63-year-old Tennessee woman who, according to the Can-Do (Clemency for All Non-violent Drug Offenders) foundation, was sentenced in 1996 to life in prison on charges related to cocaine possession and money laundering.
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She added that getting Johnson's case on the White House's "radar" is a "huge step".
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It's been reported that Johnson has been a model inmate during her 21 years behind bars, even becoming an ordained minister and mentoring younger prisoners.
Johnson's case was first noticed by Kardashian when she saw a video about it on social media and made a decision to pay for a new legal team to fight the sentence. "And that just makes me happy that that conversation is moving forward".
Kim Kardashian, center, arrives with her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley at the security entrance of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018.
Johnson is now serving life behind bars at the Aliceville Federal Correctional Institution in Alabama.
While some loved the "offensive" tweet and encouraged the "humorous" captions, many admitted that they weren't fans of neither the reality TV star nor the president, but felt that the newspaper was "sexist" and "pathetic".
Kushner has focused on prison reform since joining the administration.