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To my mild shock, he didn't even think about it twice. Photographer Jonathan Ernst: "We're often asked how much access we have to the Trump administration, and the answer is we have an awful lot.President Trump himself is very comfortable in the spotlight, and his aides are similarly unfazed by cameras.A lesson learned, always be prepared for the unexpected."US President Donald Trump talks to journalists members of the travel pool on board the Air Force One during his trip to Palm Beach, Florida on 6 April, 2017.

It’s easy to be seduced by Kardashian’s stylish ways, and Trump’s charisma, but look a little closer and the photo is chilling, because within this Oval Office decisions are made that not only affect America, but the entire world, and that power, it seems, today, is in the hands of the celebrity.

Kardashian was at the White House to discuss the case of 62-year-old Alice Marie Johnson who is serving a life sentence for a non-violent drug offence.

Seeing the photo of Kim Kardashian in the Oval Office at the White House during her visit to discuss prison reform was like being handed a snapshot of some alternate reality where celebrities run the world.

An upcoming episode of perhaps, where Donald Trump declares her “hired” for his new business venture.

In fact, he was almost blocking the door when the pool came in.

We had to scramble to find a position without bumping him or the furniture as he greeted and thanked members of law enforcement for their security efforts during the inauguration.Recently she was under fire for promoting appetite suppressant lollipops.Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind an episode of the every now and then, and the family have a lot to be proud of.Photographer Joshua Roberts: "I have covered the White House for 16 years and normally either the President or the pool is in position when an event starts.In this case the President was not where anyone expected him to be.US President Donald Trump acknowledges the audience after taking the oath of office as his wife Melania (L) and daughter Tiffany watch during inauguration ceremonies swearing in Trump as the 45th president of the United States on the West Front of the US capital in Washington on 20 January, 2017.