According to a recent interview with People magazine, Kim Kardashian thoroughly outclassed Hillary Clinton in a test of legal knowledge in an episode of Clinton’s upcoming Apple TV+ documentary series.
The reality TV celebrity and proponent of criminal justice reform, Kim Kardashian, and the former secretary of state faced off in a game of pop quizzes about criminal law topics like the use of deadly force and self-defense. Kardashian defeated the Yale Law graduate 11-4 after passing the baby bar exam last year after finishing her first year in the programme. Clinton said in the People interview that the loss was “heartbreaking.”
The competition was recorded for an episode of “Gutsy,” a new Apple TV+ series that Clinton and her daughter Chelsea executive produce and host and is based on their book “The Book of Gutsy Women.”
The quizmaster for the legal trivia matchup, Chelsea Clinton, told People that she believes her mother could have won if she had quicker “reaction time” when pressing the buzzer when she knew the answer to a question.
The senior Clinton claims to have been “very interested” by Kardashian’s performance on the legal knowledge test and that she wanted to “throw the spotlight on her,” the global influencer billionaire with 329 million Instagram followers. The disqualified presidential candidate stated to People that she did not want Kardashian to win and that instead, she wanted to highlight how hard her rival had fought to acquire her legal expertise.
Robert Kardashian, who rose to fame for representing O.J. Simpson in his 1995 murder trial, is the father of Kim Kardashian.
Kardashian is the founder of the billion-dollar women’s shapewear firm Skims and a well-known supporter of criminal justice reform. In 2018, she was recognised by President Donald Trump, who she persuaded to commute the life sentence of Alice Johnson, a 63-year-old great-grandmother serving time for a non-violent drug conviction.
Kardashian, a mother of four, declared on Instagram after succeeding on her third attempt to pass the infant bar test in December 2021: “The bottom line is to never give up, even if you are barely hanging on. You can do it! It feels really amazing once you cross the finish line, so put your mind to it and finish it!”