Sending her best wishes. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was asked about Kim Kardashian’s terrifying robbery on Wednesday, October 5, and she commended the reality star’s husband, Kanye West, for rushing to be with his wife.
“I felt really bad for her,” the former secretary of state, 68, said in an interview with Extra, asking reporter AJ Calloway if the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was home now after the harrowing incident in Paris on Monday, October 3.
Kardashian, who recently took to her website to endorse the former first lady, previously met Clinton when she attended a fundraiser for the former New York senator in August 2015, during which they posed for a selfie along with West.
“Her husband was in the middle of the concert, and he ran off stage, bless his heart,” Clinton added. “It’s horrible. I’m just glad nobody was hurt.”
As Us Weekly previously reported, the mother of two was left “badly shaken but physically unharmed” after she was robbed at gunpoint inside her Paris apartment in the early hours of the morning.
Kardashian, 35, was tied up and locked in the bathroom and screamed for help as five assailants dressed as cops raided the property, stealing millions of dollars in jewelry.
Shortly after freeing herself and calling for help, the Selfish author, who was in town for fashion week, left the French capital and flew to NYC, where she was reunited with her rapper husband.
An insider told Us that this has been a “life-changing event” for the social media maven, who now “realizes she was living in a bubble. … Now she knows she was so naive.”