Steven Spielberg Endorses Oprah: Would Be 'Absolutely Brilliant President'


Oprah Winfrey already has one big supporter if she ever decides to run for President of the United States.

But the longtime media proprietor, talk show host and actress has not indicated she would seek the presidency. "Oprah would be a lot of fun".

"I think Oprah Winfrey would make an absolutely brilliant president" Oscar-winning director Steven Speilberg said while speaking with The Guardian newspaper on Thursday.

Naturally, Twitter had quite a bit to say about Trump's confident stance.

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Steven Spielberg Endorses Oprah: Would Be 'Absolutely Brilliant President'

Oprah Winfrey is been "intrigued" by the possibility of running for the US presidency in 2020.

"I do think she is intrigued, [but] that doesn't mean she is thinking about running", she told ET about Winfrey possibly running for president.

Spielberg also praised Winfrey for her "empathy".

"I like Oprah", he said, noting that he had appeared on her long-running afternoon program.

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As a journalist I found myself screaming "yes" at my phone when she spoke out about how important the press is, how important it is to have "absolute truth that keeps us from turning a blind eye to corruption and to injustice".

Sharing pictures of the pair together, Seal included the caption: "When you have been part of the problem for decades. but suddenly they all think you are the solution". She's a well-known household name everywhere, and "appeals to a number of coalitions vital to Democratic success-women, African Americans, perhaps young people". "I think it is something that Oprah would have to feel and sense for herself".

The enthusiasm for an Oprah candidacy illustrates the range of candidates who may eventually run against Trump.

While the president has nothing but nice things to say about the media mogul, she hasn't been quite as kind in return.

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"The question isn't whether she would run because she probably will, or if she could win because she would probably win", he said.

Oprah had campaigned for Barrack Obama in the 2008 and 2012 elections, as well as Hilary Clinton in last years elections, saying, "America, it's about time we made that decision", referring to having a woman in office.

In a television interview early a year ago, Winfrey indicated that Trump's election had changed her mind about whether she lacked experience for America's highest office.

The President will have surprised few observers with his predicted outcome of any future White House race against Ms Winfrey.

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