"It's so unfair", she said on Jason Flom's Wrongful Conviction podcast, which was released on Wednesday.
Now Kim hopes that she can do the same for 30-year-old Chris - who has been in prison for eight years. She is trying to convince Trump to feel the same way, to reform legislation so the punishment fits the crime.
Kardashian has attended at least one other prison reform meeting at the Trump White House.
And, he added, it gave Kardashian the chance to press the White House to consider another case in which she has taken an interest: Chris Young, who was sent to prison for life after a string of convictions on non-violent drug charges. Young was sentenced to life in prison in 2014 for his role in a large cocaine distribution conspiracy. "He's been in for nearly 10 years", she said, according to Page Six.
'Yesterday, I had a call with a gentleman that's in prison for a drug case - got life, ' Kim said.
Kim is now working with Kevin Sharp, the judge who sentenced Chris and resigned immediately afterwards. He was saying, 'I can stay out of trouble in here, but going in there there's stabbings, there's this. Court documents say federal agents believed Young was buying crack cocaine from a leader of the ring at a gas station.
Kardashian expressed her gratitude to the president at the time in a tweet which read, "Best news ever!" He was convicted in 2013 on drug charges and also pleaded guilty to being a felon with a gun.
On Twitter, Kardashian suggested there were many more where Ms. Johnson came from. "I mean, I already knew just by talking to you on the phone and just seeing you in videos, but I mean, you are everything and more than I ever thought".