In this inaugural episode of All’s Fair with Laura Wasser, Laura and Johnnie travel to the Calabasas condo of lawyer-in-training Kim Kardashian West for an exclusive interview. The star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, creator of SKIMS shape enhancing undergarments, and KKW Beauty speaks frankly about surrogacy and shares never-before-revealed details about her experience with her second surrogate, and the birth of her fourth child Psalm with husband Kanye West. Kim also outlines the arduous path she is determined to follow to become an attorney, revealing that what ultimately fuels her passion for the law and justice reform is her concern for her own children’s futures. Kardashian West is candid about what she’s been able to accomplish as an activist since her headline-making meeting with President Donald J. Trump, and the subsequent release of Alice Marie Johnson from federal prison. Oh, and SPOILER ALERT—Kim spills some #KUWTK behind-the-scenes-tea about the feud with Khloé, then she surprises everyone, especially Johnnie, with her future plans for her new body shaping undergarment brand. This is Kim Kardashian West as you’ve never heard her.
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