RELATED: Kim Kardashian's Confessions: 12 Things You Probably Did not Know Right AwayNewsom's decision will be officially announced Wednesday, the statement said. NYT."I do not believe that a civilized society can claim to be a leader in the world as long as its government continues to sanction the premeditated and discriminatory execution of its people," Newsom said on Wednesday, according to information prepared by the newspaper. President Trump expressed dissatisfaction with Newsom, tweeting early Wednesday morning that he was "not thrilled".
This is not the first time Kardashian West has talked about criminal justice reform. In June 2018, President Trump commuted the sentence against Alice Marie Johnson after Kardashian West met him at the White House to plead for Johnson's clemency. first-time non-violent drug-related offender sentenced to life imprisonment with no possibility of paroleRELATED: Kim Kardashian celebrates Alice Johnson's sentencing following the visit to the White HouseThen, in January, West Kardashian congratulated Trump on signing a federal criminal justice reform bill that would allow the release of a grandfather who had already been released and then returned to jail while he was seeking a release for drug charges. and his family did not support him, "said a source at PEOPLE. "But she knows she has a rare opportunity to be listened to by the President and that she is passionate about some things and is willing to meet with him to talk about her beliefs."