'She would probably win': Expert backs Oprah's 2020 run


Americans may love Oprah Winfrey, but most don't want the chat show queen to run for president, although if she did she would beat Donald Trump, a poll revealed Friday. Oprah addressed the Weinstein sex scandal on her Facebook account late past year (17), writing: "I've been processing the accounts of Harvey Weinstein's ugly behavior and haven't been able to find the words to articulate the magnitude of the situation".

Oprah Winfrey is been "intrigued" by the possibility of running for the US presidency in 2020. I also know that after years of watching The Oprah Winfrey Show, you always have the right to change your mind. I did one of her last shows.

That source suggests Winfrey's ability to sway politicians on a local level might even make her more influential than a President, but recommends that she lets potential opponents sweat.

"I like Oprah", he said, noting that he had appeared on her long-running afternoon program. So she knew that she wanted to say something significant. "It would be a pretty good ticket".

Fox News reported that the singer took to Instagram on Wednesday to slam Winfrey by sharing a pair of images of Winfrey and disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein together.

On Tuesday, King also clarified the comments by Oprah's longtime partner Stedman Graham, saying he misinterpreted a reporter's question about her White House aspirations.

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And ironically, Trump previously said if he were to run for President that he would have chosen Oprah as his running mate.

The 36-year-old entrepreneur took to Twitter and wrote, "Just saw 's empowering & inspiring speech at last night's #GoldenGlobes. So I think we are not outlandish in thinking about this because I think she's clearly thinking about it". "Is she a successful individual?"

Winfrey's Cecil B. DeMille Award acceptance speech was a full-throated tribute to the women and men who support the #MeToo Movement.

"I want to say that I value the press more than ever before. I mean, I have a lot of things going, she's got a lot of things going".

"It was the right person giving the right speech at the right time", King said. "I think it is something that Oprah would have to feel and sense for herself".