Kim Kardashian is the queen of selfies. Maybe she didn't write the book on selfies, but she certainly published a book on it. And as you go through her bountiful Instagram archive, you might notice a few rules — chief among them, Kim rarely if ever posts a partial-face selfie. Even if she isn't the focus of the image, even if the space is split in two, a Kim selfie is the full Kim Kardashian face. (Exceptions are made for children.) Also, if husband Kanye West is present, the only person that's allowed to come between them is their daughter. (Exceptions are made for Italian fashion designers the day before their wedding.)
So why does this shared selfie with Hillary Clinton break the rules? Is this Kim's way of showing extra support for the Democratic candidate? Was it just a very rushed shot?
Meanwhile, Kanye is saving his endorsement smile for the first Democratic primary debate.