Kim Kardashian is a media personality, socialite, model, and entrepreneur. Kim previously expressed her desire in opening a law firm just like her father. She definitely studied hard in order to do so after defeating Hillary Clinton in the legal knowledge quiz.

According to People, the eight episodes of Hillary and Chelsea Clinton’s documentary series Gutsy, which premieres on Apple TV+ on September 9th, are jam-packed with jaw-dropping sequences honoring brave and bold women. However, for the series’ hosts and executive producers, arguably the most daring was the former Secretary of State, a practicing lawyer and law firm partner before she was the first lady, going head-to-head with law student Kim Kardashian in a legal knowledge contest.

“I think Kim has an unfair advantage,” Hillary hedges in the episode previewed exclusively in the new issue of the outlet. “Kim has studied more recently than you,” Chelsea, the quiz master, said. Kim easily defeated Hillary, 11-4, after a set of questions on the use of deadly force, the distinction between extortion and robbery, and when a claim of self-defense is permissible.

“Oh, it was heartbreaking!” Hillary revealed to the outlet in a recent interview previewing Gutsy, from the HiddenLight Productions studio she founded with Chelsea in 2020. The series is based on the mother-daughter team’s 2019 best-seller The Book of Gutsy Women. Kardashian, for her part, admits in the episode that passing the “baby bar” exam on her third attempt was difficult following her first year of legal study through an apprenticeship with a law firm in San Francisco.

“My kids were there every time I opened my results, and so they’d see me cry. And the last time, they saw me cry the best tears of happiness that I did it.”

Both Clintons claimed they were impressed by their day of filming with the star. “She worked so hard (on the bar) and persevered,” Hillary says. Chelsea offered her mother a face-saving out when it came to how Hillary, who obtained her law degree from Yale, performed head-to-head with the legal rookie.

“We didn’t interview her about fashion … her many lines of commerce … her personal life. We interviewed about what she was doing to help get people who were unjustly or unfairly incarcerated have a second chance.”

“She’s very self-aware that her celebrity can make a difference positively, and where it may make a negative difference. She never wants to make a negative difference, so being judicious and thoughtful about when and where and how she engages was really impressive to us. I want, even beyond this series, to do whatever I can to help her in that work.”

“I think she just needs to work on her reaction time. Sometimes, I could see my mom knew what the answer was, but she wouldn’t hit the buzzer in time.”

“I was really intrigued by how well she did. I wanted to put the spotlight on her, not that she needs it, but she worked really hard to get that.”

When asked, “You’re not saying you let her win, are you?” Hillary replied, “No! I’m not saying that. It’s more the reaction time.”

Kim proved that she is working really hard to achieve her goals. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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Shivangini Rawat

Shivangini is a law student with a passion for writing and music. She writes for Thirstyfornews and enjoys cooking, baking, and playing various instruments. In her free time, she watches movies, TV shows, and anime, with a love for bands like Alcest and Scorpions.

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