I would beat Oprah but I don't think she'll run — TRUMP

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She worked on it, she rehearsed it, she practiced it. I was a practice audience member and I have to say I knew the speech was going to be powerful just when she was reading it to time.

Media magnate Oprah Winfrey is "intrigued" by the idea of running for the U.S. presidency in 2020. "Hands down Donald Trump [would win] but I think Oprah would give him a run for his money". "I don't think at this point she's actually considering it", she said.

A Winfrey confidante says the actress is "intrigued" by the possibility of declaring a 2020 presidential campaign. It offered hope - a commodity that has been in desperately short supply.

Ever since her "ball-out-of-the-ballpark" Golden Globes speech, the Presidential buzz about Oprah Winfrey has been incredible.

Winfrey continued to expand her influence - and wealth - over the decades. If you watched her Golden Globes speech and said, "She should run", then the 2016 election and the first year of the Trump presidency have addled your brain.

In short, he's done all of the things that a Democrat with presidential ambitions is supposed to do and won two terms in a purple state. Even if they are paired with the "Access Hollywood" tape. To be certain, is at least as qualified for national leadership as the "very stable genius" who currently occupies the White House. Strictly speaking, there aren't many formal qualifications for the position. Clinton tried unsuccessfully to appeal to white women in a country that's overwhelming white.

"This is the story of one predator and his many victims; but it is also a story about an overwhelming systemic enabling, and until that story is fully told we will fall far short of stopping future depredations on a similar scale".

He also appeared on her show in 1988, saying he was unlikely to run for president. Have we learned nothing? These tend to be make bold statements but don't bite much. They're hosted by Phil McGraw and Mehmet Oz, who were frequent guests on her talk show. "Then who's vice president, Jerry Lewis?" Weinstein's rich lawyers even wrote into his contract that he could pay off any claims of sexual misconduct for Heaven's sake. Her long-time partner Stedman Graham told the Los Angeles Times on Sunday that Winfrey "would absolutely do it". Winfrey leveraged that success to build a bona-fide media empire, one that includes a cable channel, production company, and philanthropic organizations.

And Trump showed that voters are tired of traditional candidates. There is a special place in hell for people who prey on children, but there's room for those who overlook such conduct for partisan advantage and for those who tacitly condone such amorality.

What about Oprah and The Jews? "And as you all might expect, a little nervous". How ironic is that?

"If Hillary runs Hillary wins-simple as that".

Or perhaps it's simply too late for that kind of paradigm shift.

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