Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Had Kim Kardashian Over for Dinner After White House Meeting with President

Kim Kardashian West's conversations with President Donald Trump and officials, including his son-in-law Jared Kushner, did not end in the White House on Wednesday. The reality TV star visited Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump's afterward, photographs show.

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Kardashian West was pictured arriving at the Kushner's home in Kalorama Heights—a residential neighborhood in Washington, D.C.—holding a stack of papers around 6:20 p.m., images from DailyMail.com show. She was wearing the same black suit when she attended the Oval Office meeting earlier in the day, in which she intended to discuss prison reform and a pardon for incarcerated first-time drug offender Alice Marie Johnson.

In the photos, Kushner and Ivanka Trump are seen smiling through the window with Kardashian West and her lawyer, who were apparently over for dinner. The first daughter also appears in her doorway as the guests leave the house around 8 p.m.

It is unclear what they discussed inside the Kushner's home.

Kardashian West's visit is a further indication that she has built an increasingly close relationship with the senior White House advisers. Reports emerged earlier this month that Kardashian West had been speaking with the White House couple since October to grant clemency for Johnson, who has been in federal prison for more than two decades for facilitating drug trafficking communications.

The celebrity, who is married to rapper Kanye West, has also praised Kushner for "really working on criminal justice reform bills."

President Trump on Wednesday night tweeted a photo of himself and Kardashian West and called it a "great meeting" in which they "talked about prison reform and sentencing."

Kardashian West Wednesday night thanked the president for his time and reiterated she hopes he will grant clemency to Johnson. "We are optimistic about Ms. Johnson's future and hopeful that she— and so many like her—will get a second chance at life," she tweeted.

As of early afternoon Thursday, there were no reports that Johnson had been freed.