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Trump says he would beat Oprah Winfrey in White House race

14 January 2018

Oprah said, "In my career, what I've always tried my best to do, whether on television or through film, is to say something about how men and women really behave".

"I know her very well", he said, before adding: "I don't think she's going to run". "She had Donald Trump - this is before politics - her last week, and she had Donald Trump and my family, it was very nice".

This is not the first time that President Trump has said nice things about Oprah. Despite this, "Oprah 2020" merchandise has swept online retailers in the days following her speech.

Trump, who in a 2012 tweet said, "I adore Oprah", and even floated the idea of choosing Winfrey as his running mate, responded to rumors of her candidacy Tuesday.

In a Facebook video on Thursday, singer Seal walked back his apparent accusation that Oprah knew of Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual misconduct and was "part of the problem for decades". Do not cut, copy or lift any content from this website without our consent.

Winfrey impressed celebrities, pundits and politicians alike with her stirring speech at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night (07Jan18), prompting many to believe she was considering a presidential bid.

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Whether she's telling the truth or trying to throw us off the scent, only time will tell.

"I think we need a mindful, empathetic human being in the White House who understands people and puts people ahead of their own ideas of power and self-aggrandizement", he argued, "and I think Oprah has already proved her capacity for selflessness".

Not surprisingly, 52% of women prefer Winfrey; 43% of men favor Trump.

"I'm sure if she decides to run, which I think the president states he doesn't feel she will, I'm sure she'll have help with that", Sanders added. The picture was taken in 2014, though it recirculated this week after her rousing Golden Globes speech honoring the #MeToo movement. POTUS Trump logged 66% of Republican votes but also 12% of Democrats' and 38% of those who say they are not affiliated with either party. So she knew that she wanted to say something significant. "Hmm. Let's just say we've all heard things about each other, haven't we", so the model, who is now pregnant with her second child with singer husband John Legend, wrote, which received many likes.

You could gauge how well she delivered her speech with the audience's reaction.

Trump says he would beat Oprah Winfrey in White House race