OpEd: Liberals could learn something Kim Kardashian’s White House visit

BY TEAM DML / JUNE 12, 2018 /

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Last week, President Trump commuted the prison sentence of Alice Johnson, a first-time nonviolent drug offender who had served 21 years of a life sentence without possibility of parole. Her release was championed by Kim Kardashian West, a reality TV star who was moved to her cause after hearing about it on the internet.

Kardashian West met with Trump at the White House to urge him to release Johnson. A week later he did just that.

Her meeting provoked anger and confusion among Trump’s critics. But what it should have done is showed them the error of their ways: Engaging Trump has rewards. Whining to the universe about him doesn’t.

The article goes on to state the following:

Take the Philadelphia Eagles. After winning the Super Bowl, they were invited to the White House per tradition. Because of the ongoing kneeling controversy, only a small number of players planned to attend. The White House chose to cancel the event. Petty? Sure. But also a missed opportunity. Having the ear of the president is a rare opening, one that could actually bring about the change they seek.

[Trump] seems entirely likely to hear out his opponents if they are respectful and polite toward him. He’s far more persuadable than previous presidents.

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