Trump says he would beat Oprah in 2020

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Donald Trump said on Tuesday he could beat Oprah Winfrey in a presidential race, while one of Winfrey's closest friends said the media mogul and actor was "intrigued" by the possibility of running but was not considering it now.

But he says, "I don't think she's going to run".

So I want all the girls watching here and now to know that a new day is on the horizon! I just thought, oh, oh", she said in a December 2016 conversation with on Bloomberg's "The David Rubenstein Show: "Peer-to-Peer Conversations".

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Donegan also participated in the #MeToo movement organized outside the Trump International Hotel in December. The fear of being exposed , and of the harassment that will inevitably follow, has dominated my life since.

Even former Vice President Joe Biden, if he chooses to run, would have to pull in more than party insiders to win, he said.

Even so, for Democrats in early voting states, and perhaps for a public that largely disapproves of President Donald Trump's job performance, the notion of a popular media figure as a presidential candidate is not as unusual as it once seemed, given the NY real estate mogul and reality TV star now in the White House.

Oprah Winfrey holds the 2018 Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award in the press room during the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. "If she runs, she will destroy anyone in front of her".

And after some pushing and prodding from her co-anchors, King said she agreed.

"I know her very well".

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In the true fashion of a politician considering a run, she's played coy on the subject in the past (using the word "Never!" multiple times), but Winfrey's impassioned remarks on the #MeToo movement and forward-looking tone didn't do much to put rest to the rumors that she could put her hat in the 2020 ring.

Turning the aftermath of a Hollywood sex scandal into a cry for justice for all, her speech was a powerfully written piece of political rhetoric masterfully delivered: Winfrey, as the tribute video pointed out, is not only a television host but has on several occasions proved herself a highly effective actress in such films as The Color Purple and Beloved. "Plenty of people love Oprah and it won't take very many of them to make her a force in a Democratic nomination fight". That was before most of the Trump administration to date and also before a national reckoning about the way women are treated in this country.

Winfrey confidante Gayle King said earlier on Tuesday there was no change in Winfrey's past position - that she is not interested in running for president. "She's popular, she's brilliant, she's a wonderful woman".

"His tie was white and of course his skin was black and I had never seen a black man being celebrated like that", she said. "It'd be a pretty good ticket".

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