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Kim Kardashian Is Trying SO Hard To Be 'America's New First Lady' In Interview Magazine Cover With North West!

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North West is super cute though!

Kim Kardashian West wants you to believe she's coming out on top!

As it turns out, the reality TV star is on the cover of Interview Magazine with her daughter North West — and they're even going as far as to dub her "America's New First Lady"!

Guess that's why she's channeling former First Lady Jackie Onassis (or Jackie Kennedy, as she was known at the time).

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Of course, if Kanye West really is serious about running for President in 2020, Kim K really could be the new First Lady…

Still, none of it explains the momma of two's skin tone was altered to look darker to match her daughter's. Whether it was the glossy or a "tan" as Kim sometimes refers to it, it's straight up weird!!

You can take a better look in the gallery (above), but be sure to catch all the HIGHlights from the 36-year-old's interview:

How a normal non-filming day goes for Kim: "On a typical day, without cameras, I wake up early, like six in the morning. I try to work out before the kids get up, and then I have breakfast with them and my husband. I try to make sure we have set meals at home, to keep everything as normal as possible. And then I get to work. If you saw the room I'm in right now—my office—I have mood boards of so many different things in front of me; maybe 15 perfume samples sitting on my table. And then for our kids' line, I have maybe 200 samples of bathing suit fabrics that I have to go through. I'll usually have wardrobe fittings for myself. Then I might have—and I'm not joking—300 makeup products to go through and consider for a future project. In between, I'm taking my son to a music class and my daughter to a horseback riding class."

On showing her life on camera: "I also think that going through the motions of something like the aftermath of the robbery, or situations that most people might not understand, there are some people who might really have gone through that. I think about them. I feel like I came out of that a better person. Our approach to the show is to film everything and then scale back later. That said, we all have boundaries: I don't really talk about things that are going on with my husband. If I do, it's from my point of view. It's my story."

On learning from her mistakes: "Take, for example, my makeup line. There were a couple of opinions that other people might not have loved to hear, but they were really important for me as learning tools. I'm truly listening to these people and watching everyone's tutorials on YouTube, and watching all these makeup artists use my products. I'm like, 'Okay, we gotta fix that, guys. That's something I really did not think about.' I take their advice to heart. I want to do better."

On raising a mixed daughter: "I'm very conscious of it. Kanye always has his family around and people who look like my daughter—that's important to me. She's obsessed with her curly hair, and if she finds someone who has the same hair, she runs to them and is like, "You have curly hair like me?" And we get to talk about it. We also talk about it with my niece Penelope, because she and North look really different, but they're best friends and they're together all the time."

On being the "ringleader" of her siblings: "It's usually me starting a group chat. I'm really aware of what's going on. If there's something being said about one of my sisters, I'll be the first to jump in a group. We have family chats that happen all day, every day. A lot of us are traveling, so one of us will inevitably wake up at four in the morning to 30 messages. I'll be the first to jump in and say, 'Guys, I'm seeing this. This is not cool. Tell me what's going on.' I'm usually the ringleader for stuff like that, and I'll say, 'You're wrong. You need to apologize.' Or, "This needs to be fixed. Everyone just lay low, chill out, don't say anything. It doesn't matter if it's all lies. I know it's frustrating. I know you want to speak up." We always have to remind ourselves of stuff like that. We don't do everything perfectly, but there really are so many lies, so many rumors."

On who she turns to: "I usually go to Kanye for advice about my brand, my life, my image. But if it's other drama, I go to one of my best friends, Tracy [Nguyen Romulus]. She used to be Kanye's publicist, and I met her 12 years ago. Now we have kids who are best friends. She's just a really smart girl, so I always get her opinion on everything. If I wasn't doing what I'm doing now, or if this doesn't work out one day, I could so be a publicist. I feel like that's my job for the family sometimes, at least the crisis part of it."

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[Image via Steven Klein/Interview Magazine.]

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