Streep was in the audience when Winfrey gave her address at the Globes, sitting next to her The Post director Steven Spielberg, who is another big Oprah-for-president fan. I don't know if I would wish that politics on anyone. I did one of her last shows.
Amusing I've never heard you mention my name. No, I like Oprah.
This was backed up by her long term partner, Stedman Graham, who told the LA Times she would "absolutely do it".
He said: "It's up to the people". "I was up talking to her very late last night", King added.
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No, she hasn't. In fact, as recently as September and October 2017, Oprah dismissed similar speculations while saying Trump's win made her rethink the requirements of the office, reported The Associated Press. "You always have the right to change your mind". In a 1999, interview with Larry King, the future president said she would be his choice as running mate with the Reform Party. Oprah has the highest percentage of favorable (combining "very favorable" and "somewhat favorable") at 57%, of any of the eight we asked about.
"And he said, "Absolutely, she would". So she knew that she wanted to say something significant. While Democratic operatives won't be taking this all that seriously, the excitement her speech has stirred up reminds us how disoriented and lacking in leadership American liberals are right now.
"He is nothing but supportive, he would never throw it out there like that", Winfrey's best friend noted.
The 63-year-old media icon has caused a stir after her rallying speech at the Golden Globes on Sunday set tongues wagging about a potential presidential candidacy for the 2020 election.
Ms Winfrey is now the chief executive of the cable channel OWN, a "special correspondent" for the CBS newsmagazine "60 Minutes" and an investor in companies such as Weight Watchers. She's a very good writer.
"I said, "Lady, it is going to cost me some money but you are going to shoot the lights out". The text over the image read, "When you have been part of the problem for decades, but suddenly they all think you are the solution".