Donald Trump reckons he would beat Oprah in a Presidential race


"No, I like Oprah, I don't think she's going to run", he told reporters today. But he says, "I don't think she's going to run".

If you were inspired by Oprah Winfrey's acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2018 Golden Globes, you definitely have to check out the second speech she made backstage.

The national political conversation turned to Winfrey after she gave a rousing and decidedly political speech at the 75th annual Golden Globe awards on Sunday night.

In fact, Trump knows her so well he named Oprah as his ideal running partner back in 1999 on Larry King Live.

As fans took to social media to encourage Winfrey to consider a bid, CBS News host and close friend Gayle King revealed on Tuesday that Winfrey is "intrigued" by the idea. I do think that the speech was a different moment for her.

"Right now, Oprah's about 11:1, but keep in mind when Donald Trump ran he was 60:1 facing 16 opponents", he said.

What do you think of Oprah Winfrey's press room speech?

"Yeah, I'd beat Oprah", he said. I did one of her last shows ...

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"I'll tell ya, she's really a great woman, though".

Years ago Trump talked about Oprah as his potential running mate if he were to ever run, and yesterday he continued to express his admiration for her. Trump boasted that he had been a guest on one of Oprah's final shows.

Paying tribute to Recy Taylor, an African American woman who daringly reported her 1944 gang rape by white men and died last month just short of her 98th birthday, Winfrey deplored "a culture broken by brutally powerful men".

"She loves this country and would like to be of service in some way", King said.

Graham was quoted as saying that Winfrey would "absolutely" run for president if the people supported her.

Winfrey was a popular surrogate for President Obama.

Meryl Streep also reiterated her support of the idea, stating: "Whether she is leading us to the candidate we need of whether she herself is a candidate, she sets the bar pretty high on campaign talk".

Until Oprah finally answers our Presidential prayers, we're more than ready to rock these hoodies and tees.