"It's not in my DNA".
"Oprah would be a problem: she'd be their best", the strategist told the publication.
If Oprah did run for president, Trump wouldn't stand a chance.
The rumors had Republicans rattled, with one party strategist telling Politico in January that if Oprah ran, she would be the Democratic contender the GOP would be most concerned about.
That time he couldn't fit his rant for Meryl Streep in 140 characters and we weren't sure what derogatory slur was coming after "she is a". She added she was only looking for a way to express what was happening in terms of gender, class and race.
Outside the room, Winfrey says campaign financiers took notice. "And so it's not something that interests me", Winfrey told In Style. "Are you happy with the stock market?" isn't going to bring that out as much as "What do you think of him calling some countries "sh*tholes"?" will.
He said that he hoped to see Oprah as an opponent in 2020 presidential election.
Bringing the curtain down on an active weekend of tweeting, during which he addressed suggestions of collusion with Russian Federation and criticised the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the President declared he had been left unimpressed by the talk show host's appearance on CBS News programme 60 Minutes. She got people who have nothing in common politically to like each other as people.
Winfrey continued: "I'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. I've never gone in to lose in my life".