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Oprah and Trump go way, way back together. Here's proof

Oprah and Trump go way, way back together. Here's proof

Fifty-give per cent of respondents viewed Winfrey favorably, with 27 per cent indicating they viewed her as 'very favorably, ' the poll found.

President of the United States Donald Trump on Tuesday weighed in on fevered speculation about a potential 2020 White House bid by Oprah Winfrey, saying she probably would not run against him, but if she did, he would win. "I have no qualifications to run, '" she explained, adding: "I'm feeling pretty qualified".

When Oprah Winfrey delivered a moving speech about sexual harassment and power at the Golden Globes last Sunday, one of the instant responses was a very loud discussion about whether she might run for president. At the W20 in Germany past year, Ivanka spoke about employment rights and suggested her father was "a tremendous champion of supporting families", prompting the audience to boo her, while her family leave plan was criticized by feminist icon Gloria Steinem as "the policy of every authoritarian regime".

Donald Trump thinks he is able to beat Oprah as a presidential candidate, but of all the celebrities who have mentioned the possibility of becoming president, this is the most engaging response we've gotten from our nation in a while.

'A new day is on the horizon, ' she said.

We have learned that the current leader of the Free World is not at all anxious about Oprah Winfrey possibly running for his oval office in 2020!

"I'd love to have Oprah".

Winfrey, a billionaire media mogul, hasn't commented on whether she would mount a campaign. "He would never do that", she said.

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Oprah Winfrey was pulled into the political light recently after her awe-inspiring speech at the Golden Globe Awards as she received her Cecil B. DeMille Award. I do think that.

His only concern, he told her, was whether she could handle success because he had watched people in the television business "push their success up their nose".

'Look, it's ridiculous - and I get that, ' said Brad Anderson, Barack Obama's 2012 Iowa campaign director.

Buzz about Oprah Winfrey seeking the presidency makes for good TV.

King described being in the room as "electrifying" and said producers wanted her to originally keep it to three minutes.

"Do you think I am going to be that successful?"

Is that going to carry any weight, do you think, with the American public at this time?

Right now I would say no but if, here's what I would say.