Hillary Clinton was savagely beaten by Kim Kardashian in a legal knowledge quiz
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Kim Kardashian has beaten former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a legal knowledge quiz.
PEOPLE reports that the reality TV star faced off with the Harvard-educated lawyer in a test all about the law.
The battle of the minds and the results have been revealed in Hillary’s new show Gutsy, which will be released on Apple TV+ next month.
While it might have been quite gutsy for Kim to go up against Hillary, who was the first female partner at Arkansas’ Rose Law Firm before becoming the First Lady, the reality star ended up defeating her 11-4.
The two women were quizzed on everything from the use of deadly force, armed robbery to the legality of when self-defence is permissible in court.
Chelsea, Hillary’s daughter, hinted in the program the beauty mogul might have an unfair advantage, as she recently studied and passed the ‘baby bar’, while her mother hasn’t practised in years.
But despite this, the Democrat told the outlet the loss was ‘heartbreaking’.
She also revealed while Kim was appearing on her show, they mainly talked about her work with prison law reform.
Hillary said: "We didn't interview her about fashion ... her many lines of commerce ... her personal life. We interviewed about what she was doing to help get people who were unjustly or unfairly incarcerated have a second chance."
Chelsea added: “She's very self-aware that her celebrity can make a difference positively, and where it may make a negative difference.
“She never wants to make a negative difference, so being judicious and thoughtful about when and where and how she engages was really impressive to us. I want, even beyond this series, to do whatever I can to help her in that work."
In the past few years, the 41-year-old has been a fierce advocate for criminal justice reform.
In 2018, Kim began her work by helping to release Alice Marie Johnson, who was sentenced to life in prison for nonviolent drug charges, according to CBS News.
In May that year, Kim met with then-President Donald Trump in the Oval Office to rally for Alice to be pardoned.
A month later, Alice was released after serving 21 years behind bars.
But the reality TV star-turned-businesswoman also admitted she works alongside attorneys and activists who have been fighting for those unfairly incarcerated for years.
She told TIME: “I always say this is a team effort, I tell everyone I’m the last push at the end. I’m that vessel.”
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