The President was reportedly advised on what to tell Kim and co. after trying and failing to get A$AP Rocky out of jail.
Donald Trump takes orders from nobody... except maybe the Kardashians, his impeachment hearing has been told.
Kim and co. made a surprise appearance in the testimony of diplomat David Holmes on Thursday, who claimed he overheard the President being told how to placate the reality family after failing to secure A$AP Rocky's release from a Swedish prison.
Holmes was recalling a phone conversation between the POTUS and Ambassador Gordon Sondland — admitting he could only hear Sondland's side of the conversation — as they discussed the jailing of the rapper in July.
"Ambassador Sondland told the President that the rapper was 'kind of f--ked there,' and 'should have pled guilty'," Holmes recalled hearing.
"He recommended that the President 'wait until after the sentencing or it will make it worse,' adding that the President should 'let him get sentenced, play the racism card, give him a ticker-tape when he comes home.'"
He said Sondland claimed that Sweden should have released the rapper on the President's word, but that "you can tell the Kardashians you tried."
Kim had lobbied for the release of A$AP — real name Rakim Mayers — to Trump via his son-in-law and advisor Jared Kushner, TMZ reported at the time.
A$AP was eventually convicted of assault and released, having already served a month in prison while awaiting trial.
Elsewhere in Thursday's testimony, Jay Leno was another surprise celeb name drop, after Holmes claimed the comedian was among the guests at a dinner Ambassador Sondland hosted for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which Kushner also attended.
The purpose of the impeachment inquiry is to determine whether or not Donald Trump abused his power of office by withholding military aid to Ukraine in return for them investigating political rival Joe Biden.