Move Over Donald Trump; Here Comes Oprah !!

Carla Harmon
January 13, 2018

"Ladies and gentlemen, I have always broken down the fact that Oprah Winfrey is a top globalist, a top eugenicist, who pushes a one world religion through her private foundation", he ranted.

Winfrey made headlines on Sunday night for her Golden Globes speech, and sources told CNN's Brian Stelter that she is "actively thinking" about launching a presidential bid in the 2020 election. Well they've readied her to run against Trump in 2020 and to fire that campaign up in about a year. When she ramped the energy and emotion even higher with her "new day is on the horizon" proclamation, I no longer had any doubt that I was hearing political oratory of a very high order. "I don't think she's going to run". "I'll beat Oprah", Trump said at a White House meeting Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018.

Asked about all the presidential speculation suddenly swirling around Winfrey, the typically pugilistic Trump steered clear of nasty nicknames and colorful insults while sizing up such a potential celebrity showdown.

Jones predicted that Winfrey would "never be elected president because the skeletons in her closet".

In receiving a lifetime achievement award from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Winfrey spoke of her humble upbringing and her childhood respect for civil rights heroes.

"I don't think she had any intention of declaring", she added.

Winfrey's delivery wasn't the soft, enfolding, personal empathy of "Oprah on the couch".

Winfrey, long associated with Democratic politics and fundraising, has not commented publicly on the speculation. "Instead of leading the country down".

The Daily Caller's Benny Johnson wrote: "if Oprah runs she will likely face her own questions over enabling and palling around with some of Hollywood's now infamous sexual predators".

Several Twitter users as well quickly declared that Oprah needed to make a run for the Oval Office.

This is the first time that anyone close to the American icon has admitted that she has ambitions for the White House. Trump, of course, was a businessman-turned-reality-television-star before his extraordinary political rise. And in a November 2006 WNBC/Marist poll, a slim majority of voters, 30%, said they wanted Barack Obama to run for president in 2008.

Ha'Aretz also reported that Lauder stated: "The president I have seen is a man of incredible insight and intelligence". After Trump, we have to be skeptical of all political novices.

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