Kim Kardashian West, Kanye West


Kim Kardashian went into her Thursday evening with a plan: She wanted to snap a selfie with Hillary Clinton.

Fortunately, she was able to complete her mission! Little did she know, however, that she would get more than she could have ever imagined. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star snapped her selfie—accidentally cropping half of her face out—and husband Kanye West magically photobombed it. The only thing that could take this picture to the next level would be a smile from Yeezus, but we know we can't ask for too much.

"I got my selfie!!! I really loved hearing her speak & hearing her goals for our country! #HillaryForPresident," Kim captioned the pic.

The E! star has been open about her support for the democratic candidate in the past and finally got to show it in real life when she attended a Clinton fundraiser with Kanye and Kris Jenner Thursday. The event took place at Scooter Braun's Brentwood home. Braun, most notably, is Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande's manager.

Kris Jenner, Hillary Clinton, Instagram


The sold out event was expected to bring in about 250 people, with tickets selling for a whopping $2,700 per person. If you're thinking that's an expensive, albeit random number, here's why the party charged that much: It's the maximum individual contribution for a candidate seeking a party nomination under federal law.

Thursday's soiree was Clinton's eighth in the Los Angeles area, and according to reportsJohn Travolta and Jeffrey Katzenberg were also expected to attend. Kim and 'Ye reportedly were among a small group of early arrivers, which also included Mary Steenburgen, a longtime friend of the Clintons.

Congrats on the pic, Kim!

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