Kim Kardashian Has 'Nothing Bad To Say' About President Trump, But Reveals She Cursed When She First Met Him

Kim Kardashian West has spoken about her meeting with President Donald Trump in May, saying she "has nothing bad to say about the president."

The reality star appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday night and discussed the conversation she had with Trump on prison reform and his subsequent decision to commute the life sentence of Alice Johnson, whose case Kardashian West pled to the president.

Johnson, who was serving a life sentence for a first-time drug offense and was behind bars for more than 21 years, was released in June.

Kardashian West said her first thought on meeting the president was "holy f**k."

"I walk in and I look around and I'm kind of star struck from the Oval Office, and the first thing I say in our meeting, I say 'holy fuck, we're in the fucking Oval Office.' That's what I said to him—that was the first thing I said, and I had to take a moment to be like, 'we're really here,'" Kardashian West told Kimmel.

"I'm very grateful and I'm very hopeful that more good things are going to come out of our conversations," she added, confirming she did have a list of people she wanted to ask Trump to free from prison.

"Is Melania on it?" Kimmel joked, prompted cheers from the studio audience.

Kardashian West said she loved Melania and added that despite not agreeing with everything the president stood for, she liked his personality and the fact that he won the election despite being underestimated by the general public.

"I have nothing bad to say about the president. He has done something amazing," said Kardashian West.

Her comments come several months after her husband, musician Kanye West, shared his love for the president on Twitter, prompting something of a backlash from his fans.

"You don't have to agree with Trump but the mob can't make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don't agree with everything anyone does. That's what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought," West tweeted at the end of April.