Oprah Winfrey Responds To Trump's Insults In The Best Way Possible


Speaking in Western Virginia on Saturday night, during a rally in support of Republican, Rick Saccone, Trump said the campaign would be a "painful experience" for the American media proprietor, if she decides to run against him.

Oprah went on to address the rumors that she is considering a presidential run in 2020, shooting down the claims with free advice to potential nominees. She had Donald Trump, and Donald Trump's family.

Talk of Oprah running for president started in January after her speech at the 2018 Golden Globe awards. But if nothing else, she is proving that a quiet, gutsy, progressive voice can call and raise President Trump's anti-Hollywood shrieking.

"I would love Oprah to win [the Democratic party primary election]", Trump said, adding that: "I would love to beat Oprah".

He tweeted. "Hope Oprah runs so she can be exposed and defeated just like all of the others!"

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"Donald being Donald at the time, I think it was just a name", she says. I was on her last show, or one of the last, the last week.

"I also know that after years of watching "The Oprah (Winfrey) Show" you always have the right to change your mind".

"(I) f God actually wanted me to run, wouldn't God kind of tell me?"

Native Affairs secured a New Zealand television exclusive with Oprah Winfrey and film director Ava DuVernay, when they visited the South Island a year ago to shoot parts of the Disney film A Wrinkle in Time. She continued, "Do not give you energy to that which you don't believe in. Do not spend all your time talking about your opponents", she said. "Do not spend an ounce of your time on that".