People surely have no way out with Khloe Kardashian. KoKo never takes an exemption to whom she wanted to throw shades at -- be it her momager, her ex-husband, frenemies, and even the current president of the United States.
In the recent episode of "Keeping Up with The Kardashians," Kim Kardashian-West flew to the White House in Washington D.C and accompanied President Donald Trump, president's daughter Ivanka Trump, and Jared Kushner at a press conference.
Though the event was about prison reform solutions and how they could make the former prisoners rejoin the society as smooth as possible, the fact that KoKo's sister and President Trump stood side by side made her raised her brows.
KoKo has always been supportive of her sister ever since, but what was seen during KUWTK's recent episode was an exemption.
When the KKW Beauty founder jetted back to their home in Calabasas, California, she invited KoKo to visit the White House with her next time. However, the offer was not some sort of opportunity on Khloe's part.
"Girl, I've been when a different president was in office," KoKo firmly said, directly pertaining to the current U.S. administration under President Donald Trump.
She already made it clear that she would never step inside the White House again or be involved in anything that has "Trump" in it after what happened to her at "Celebrity Apprentice" almost a decade ago.
What Happened Between Kardashian and Trump?
In 2009, Trump made her exit the show during its eighth season due to the DUI she received in 2007. Trump said that he hated people who get on wheels and drive under the influence, pointing indirectly to KoKo after firing her.
Since she had no control over it anymore, Khloe took it to her blog and defended herself against Trump who made an unfair judgment for her.
"It wasn't because of my work ethic; it wasn't because I was slacking. It was because of my DUI," she wrote
Khloe added that she did not deserve to be fired for a reason that she already took responsibility for years ago. To her dismay, she named Trump and wished he could have handled everything professionally and differently.
Her sister Kim, who is now an aspiring lawyer and recently joined the current administration's press conference about prison reform, also defended KoKo by posting on her website after the incident.
"She obviously made an awful mistake but definitely has taken responsibility for her actions and we are all very proud of her," Kardashian-West wrote.
The incident happened a long time ago, but it still affects Kardashian in some ways that even her sister can't change it.