Trumps says he would beat Oprah in 2020 Presidency Election

Trumps says he would beat Oprah in 2020 Presidency Election

Trump repeated said on Tuesday, "I like Oprah, I don't think she's going to run, she's not going to run".

"I want all of the girls watching here now to know, that a new day is on the horizon", she said in a speech about civil rights and the #MeToo movement.

President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka, is endorsing Oprah Winfrey's message, if not a political future, in a recent tweet.

A poll released this morning by Rasmussen Reports, a right-leaning pollster routinely touted by Trump himself, finds Winfrey would beat Trump by a comfortable 10 percentage point margin in 2020.

'I'm telling you his interpretation of the question was. he thought the reporter was saying would she be a good president, ' King said. They said you have to cut it to three minutes and Oprah said if it was any other night than this one I could do that but I don't plan on cutting it.

Winfrey was a popular surrogate for President Obama.

The press secretary added: "Is she a successful individual?" Just ask Donna Brazile, James Carville, David Axelrod and Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

President Donald Trump previously picked Oprah as a potential running mate. But he said he knows her well and he doesn't think she'll run.

Hollywood, liberals and ardent fans are abuzz with speculation that the billionaire chat show queen is harbouring White House ambitions after an impassioned Golden Globes speech on Sunday night.

"I like Oprah, I don't think she's going to run", he said, repeating, "I don't think she's going to run".

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He said: "It's up to the people". 'She would absolutely do it'.

The White House has already chimed in on Monday, welcoming Winfrey as a potential Trump rival.

Winfrey, long associated with Democratic politics and fundraising, has not commented publicly on the speculation.

In her speech, Winfrey drew a parallel between the society Taylor lived in with society today, using her story as an example of why change is necessary.

King's co-host Norah O'Donnell wasn't exactly buying it, pointing to the fact that Graham indeed told the Los Angeles Times, 'She would absolutely do it'. I did one of her last shows.

However, the new poll suggests 48 per cent of likely U.S. voters would opt for Winfrey if she did enter the fray, compared to 38 per cent who said they would vote for Mr Trump. 'That's how he interpreted the question'. "Their time is up", she said. "It's up to the people".

King described Graham as being 'nothing but supportive, ' adding, 'he would never throw it out there like that'.

Winfrey made history as the first African American women to win the Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement at this year's Golden Globes. "I do think this though, guys".

King appeared certain about Winfrey's current feelings but said decisions can always change.

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