But when Jones reminded her that there is now another reality star in the Oval Office, referring to President Donald Trump, Kardashian seemed open to the opportunity.
Jones pointed out that another reality TV star is now sitting in the Oval Office.
Kim Kardashian West sat down for an interview with CNN's Van Jones in the wake of the release of 62-year-old Alice Johnson, who was serving a life sentence for a nonviolent drug charge before her sentence was commuted by President Donald Trump at the request of the reality tv star.
While she's not signing up for a career in politics just yet, Kim Kardashian West hasn't ruled out running for public office in the future.
"I guess never say never", she responded.
It's not the first time the businesswoman has spoken about her legal dreams either, as she once said she would be willing to start out at the bottom as an "intern" and work her way up when her showbiz career slows down.
Kim, 37, first spoke about the sibling rivalry back in 2016 during an appearance on her sister Khloe's chat show Kocktails with Khloe, when she revealed that North's jealousy drove her to stop nursing her four-month-old son Saint.
It's a profession she would "truly love" to tackle, especially after her own lawyers told the mother-of-three she would be great at the job.
'I felt like she is a good person, you can see that in her. Maybe not to that extreme, but when you're in a desperate situation, you'll do whatever you have to do to take care of your kids. And I know I would do anything for mine, so I just felt a connection to her.
"It became this mission that I just didn't want to give up". "That's not what I'm going for", she continued.