Trump takes swipe at Oprah Winfrey


The panellists ranged from voters who said "I love him more and more every day", to others questioning Trump's stability, saying, "All he does is bully people".

"One year into Donald Trump's presidency, Americans remain divided, often unwilling to listen to what the other side has to say", she said by way of introduction.

The late-night tweet came after Winfrey led a panel discussion of 14 Republican, Democrat and Independent voters from Grand Rapids, Michigan about the state of USA politics on the 60 Minutes current affairs program.

President Donald Trump has slammed Oprah Winfrey for what he calls a "biased, incorrect" interview with voters.

Actress and television host Winfrey, now a contributor to the CBS programme, led a panel of 14 Republican, Democrat and Independent voters from Grand Rapids, Michigan in a wide ranging discussion about Trump's first year in office.

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'The questions were biased and slanted, the facts incorrect.

And he practically dared her to run for president. But just before midnight on Sunday the president attacked someone who has already said she's not running against him: Oprah.

"If God actually wanted me to run, wouldn't God kinda tell me? I haven't heard that", she said, adding that she'd "feel that I have a responsibility as a person who has a big voice in this country to use it to promote justice and kindness and good will in the world". On Sunday, she revisited the group to continue the discussion.

The rumors of Winfrey's presidential bid started when she delivered a powerful speech when she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 75th Golden Globe Awards. "I like Oprah. I don't think she's going to run".